The Mini announces the introduction of new personalization packs to make the current Countryman and Paceman more attractive. They will have the John Cooper Works Performance Division logo on and will be available optionally, exactly like the aesthetic M packages, found on the BMW. Mini provides the three packages: John Cooper Works Exterior, John Cooper Works Interior, and John Cooper Works Chili.
The first of them, the John Cooper Works Exterior, changes the overall look of the crossovers and is available on all versions. It comes with a sport suspension setup, 18-inch alloy wheels and an aerodynamic kit. It includes a new front spoiler, with air intakes for cooling the brakes, side skirts and a rear bumper with a deflector included.
There are also stripes on the hood, roof railing with an anthracite shade, as the front grille. Inside, the John Cooper Works package comes with special sport seats upholstered in Diagonal Track, a JCW leather steering wheel with controls, Sport button, thresholds with the JCW inscription and a same anthracite color ceiling.
The third package - the John Cooper Works Chili, comes with a number of new facilities, including fog lights, trip computer, rain sensor, automatic air conditioning, a lights package, more storage space, a driver's seat height adjustment system and velour mats.