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Mini John Cooper Works is the name of several Mini car models tuned by John Cooper Works, a British car marque now owned by BMW.

John Cooper Works (JCW) was founded in 2002 by Michael Cooper, son of John Cooper, the racing car maker and tuner responsible for the original 1961 Mini Cooper. In 2007, German automaker BMW acquired the rights to the name and bought out the company in 2008.

Asphalt Xtreme

Model

Body and chassis of the model used in Asphalt Xtreme are of the 2015 Mini John Cooper Works which is based on the third generation Mini 3-door hatchback (F56) which came out in 2014.

However, all extra car parts and accessories including auxiliary headlamps, roof and bonnet air vents, rear spoiler, decals and the stylized British flag across the windscreen are taken from the Mini John Cooper Works WRC, a World Rally Car version of the first generation Mini Countryman crossover SUV (R60). It was developed together with Prodrive and unveiled at the 2010 Paris Motor Show.[1] The model shown in Paris was the only one featuring the exact modifications described above. The real Countryman WRC models participating in the 2011 World Rally Championship season had different spoilers.

The combination of an F56 JCW with the modifications of the R60 JCW WRC as shown in Asphalt Xtreme is not official.

Summary

The Mini John Cooper Works was added in the Mini John Cooper Update as a mid-high end Class A Rally Car at level 24. It requires Blueprints a small ax 30 to be built.

Blueprint

Mini John Cooper Works blueprint ax Mini John Cooper Works Blueprint – Last checked: Jul 9, 2020
Price: Ax credits full 298,200 or Ax tokens full 225
Rarity: Class A
Vehicle: Mini John Cooper Works (30 to build, 427 to upgrade)
Availability: Boxes, Black Market

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References

  1. Bowman, Zach (2010-09-30). Paris 2010: Mini Countryman WRC looks the part. Autoblog. Retrieved on 2020-06-27.
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