2020 MINI JCW GP MODEL ENGINE, SPECS, REDESIGN, & REVIEW – For years now we have heard rumors of a new JCW GP. These days we now have confirmation. During last week’s Countryman debut head of MINI worldwide Peter Schwarzenbauer appeared to suggest that a new GP could be forthcoming:
2020 MINI JCW GP MODEL REVIEW
“I feel so,” he said when inquired by Autocar at the LA motor show whether a JCW GP would be launched. “It’s an important part of the Mini brand. It offers worked well properly for us in the earlier and I do not see why not in the future.” We’ve spoken about the F56 generation GP a handful of instances in the previous. The sources we’ve talked to have pointed to a handful of forthcoming songs of the 2.0L four-cylinder JCW engine as a probable centerpiece of the model. Currently, the B48B20O0 produces 250 hp in the revised BMW 3 Series and 255 in the hybrid 7 Series. In addition rumors of a higher performance tune of around 300 hp (meant for the X1 and X1) have persisted for years.
What can we see in the GP? Our imagine is that MINI will be conservative with a front wheel drive car. Consequently, a removed downlighter in weight 250 hp F56 JCW with a coil-over suspension and six-pot brakes seems pretty much best to us.
Our imagine is that we’ll commence seeing a winged JCW prototype at the ‘Ring next spring and details need to start falling out shortly afterward. Assume something in the 2018 to 2019 range just before it finally strikes merchants.