BMW has unveiled its new MINI John Cooper Works GP Concept at the 2017 IAA car show in Frankfurt.
The race-ready hatchback gets a number of upgrades, including a lowered stance, large air intakes in the front, carbon fiber diffusers, and twin tailpipes at the back. Other details include 19-inch racetrack wheels, lowered suspension, elliptical headlights on the sides of a hexagonal grille, and rear LED lights.
As you can see, the MINI concept sports a “Black Jack” Anthracite paint job, which is complemented by grey, black and “Curbside” Matte Red Metallic highlights.
Also, the number “0059” is seen on the car, referencing 1959, the year the classic MINI was born, while inside, the interior features a roll cage with a pair of mounted bucket seats with five-point seat belts, and a paddle shift steering wheel.
Take a look at the MINI John Cooper Works GP Concept above. What do you think?