The Mini John Cooper Works GP was only recently revealed. It was first revealed at the Los Angeles Motor Show in November last year and deliveries began a few months ago while Europe was locked down.
Named the Manhart GP3 F350, the Mini gets a power boost from 306 hp and 450 Nm, up to 350 hp and 530 Nm of torque.
The 2.0 litre 4-cylinder power unit benefits from an ECU remap, a new intercooler from Airtec and a replacement pipe for the gasoline particulate filter with a Manhart cat-back exhaust system
Changes have also been made to the way that the GP3 looks. The build uses a full black matt wrap with gold accents typical of the German tuning firm.
The Mini GP3 also gets Manhart’s Concave One rims in the same finish. They measure 8.5×19 inches and are covered with 235/30 ZR19 tyres.
Work on the Mini GP3 suspension has been limited to a set of lowering springs manufactured by AST Suspension. They drop the ride height by 20 millimeters at the front and 15 millimeters at the rear. Manhart promise a coil-over suspension system soon.
Other additions in the pipeline include power increases through the addition of a carbon intake, as well as downpipes and different exhaust system setups.