#MiniCooper #CooperSModels – MINI COOPER: NEW TUNING OPTIONS, STYLING TWEAKS REVEALED : The MINI customization catalog has an additional new tuning package and styling tweaks added for the MINI Cooper Works. New car accessories and tuning options, as well as styling tweaks, are now available for the new tuning kit for the Cooper S models.
Some noticeable new additions to the styling tuning packs promised by the company for the MINI Cooper Works are the options for a new carbon exterior mirror caps, a numerable selection for new decals, and the chance to have a carbon-fibre finish for the air inlet and exhaust tips.
This is a great upgrade for the usual aero pack, front and rear spoilers included in the previous John Cooper Works. MINI Cooper Works’ new tuning kit also include new alloy wheel designs available in 17-inch and 18-inch sizes.
Dubbed as the Big Bad Bruiser by MINI, the MINI John Cooper Works series has additional styling tweaks involving leather, lots of leather. Leather sports steering wheels and gearshift knobs made with leather and chrome are also included in the new tuning and styling kits.
There are also lots of minor accessories included with an iconic JWC treatment. Doorsills of MINI John Cooper Works now have the option for LED lighted installments, according to Auto Express.
In the tuning department, Cooper S models can now be upgraded for a power up tuning from 189bhp to 208bhp. There is a new flap exhaust system made available which allows the driver to shift from ‘Sport’ to ‘Track’ settings.
For owners who want to upgrade their MINI John Cooper Work model, all these new tunings, and styling kits are now available for their Cooper S models. For buyers who want to install these new tuning and styling kits, they can install them for you directly from their factory, all with your preferred styling tweaks and performance upgrades.
The new tuning performance pack with the styling upgrades can be pricey at £1,760, but it sure brings quite a punch. For more updates, you can look up their official MINI website. Source: autoworldnews