MINI JCW vs JCW Track Battle

Two-wheel drive versus all-wheel drive battles between cars that use the same engine are what you’d expect from BMW’s M division. But MINI also wants to show off its track tools in this competitive environment.
Today’s contenders can only be the John Cooper Works hatchback and its slightly fat brother the JCW Countryman, both using the same highly tuned 1.6-liter engine.

The idea here is to emphasize the customization option that comes with these cars, from black chrome to carbon fiber interior accents.

“See your add-ons in action. Feast your eyes on all the available MINI John Cooper Works accessories for your street-legal racer as it's against the biggest competition around: itself,” MINI says about this battle of the accessorized JWS models.
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