John Cooper Works GP Pack, the hatchback sports the same Racing Grey metallic paint scheme with 302 horsepower (255 kilowatts) and a snazzy body kit that includes a gigantic roof spoiler, for the body while also utilizing a contrasting Melting Silver metallic paint on the roof, rear spoiler and mirror caps.
Elsewhere, the GP Pack includes a black hood scoop, black door handles, and a black fuel lid. The car is also equipped with the same 18-inch wheels as the John Cooper Works GP that come complete with ‘GP’ badges on the center caps, the car gains additional black trim on other exterior components like the grille and headlight surrounds, and there’s GP branding on the entry strips.
Inside you will find the GP theme cont inues with JCW sports seats finished in a Leather Dinamica with the GP badge as well as a new steering wheel complete with red stitching and a 3D printed metal center marking for the 12 o’clock position.
Other touches include 3D printed metal shift paddles with the GP logo and distinctive floor mats for the driver and front passenger. Rounding out the unique touches are a John Cooper Works shift knob and a John Cooper Works hand brake grip finished in carbon fiber and Alcantara.
Mini says the new JCW GP Pack will go on sale in July 2020. Pricing for the sporty package hasn’t been announced.