First, MINI John Cooper Works GP is refined engine, specifically, 2.0L 4-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine (code B48) supported by a new cooler from Airtec, ECU. remake and get more MHtronik Powerbox. All this helps Manhart’s new hatchback to 350 horsepower and maximum torque of 530 Nm, up 44 horsepower and 80 Nm compared to the original.
The changes continue with an alternative pipe for the fuel filter and the Remus cat-back exhaust system that features four-stage tube cap covers for a more powerful engine sound than the standard system. .
Not stopping there, Manhart also equips MINI John Cooper Works GP with a suspension suspension (AST Suspension) to reduce the height of the chassis by 20 mm at the front and 15 mm at the rear. The GP3 F350 package also includes 19-inch Manhart Concave One wheels designed specifically and encapsulated in 235/35 tires.
The exterior aesthetic enhancements are rounded with fine wheel arches, large rear wing, full black painted body and dark sport stripes and accents. Gold Gold.
For the interior, the car is immediately identified by the balance bar with the word Manhart in black. The tuner says it also wants to provide a digital multifunctional gauge from P3Cars as well as various exterior and interior parts from Cravenspeed for the MINI John Cooper Works GP.
Finally, in the future, Manhart will continue to introduce more options such as carbon fiber air pipes from ARMAspeed, stainless steel valves with valve control, two exhaust options (with or without catalytic converters) and exhaust pipes of size 100 mm with carbon or ceramic coating.