AC Schnitzer tunes MINI John Cooper Works Convertible LCI

German tuning specialist AC Schnitzer showcases an updated program for the MINI John Cooper Works Convertible LCI. This will be the second facelift that the well-known cabriolet receives, along with a lot more power from AC Schnitzer. The MINI John Cooper Convertible packs 231 horsepower in standard form. It is mainly thought of as a car for cruising around the fashionable districts of urban centers. The standard MINI also weighs around 120kg more than the hard-topped cars. Yet, it gets an increase to 265 horsepower with the tuning upgrade. Aside from the engine upgrade, the MINI JCW gets a louder AC Schnitzer stainless steel exhaust system. Check out these photos of the MINI John Cooper Works Convertible LCI in AC Schnitzer tuning.

AC Schnitzer tunes MINI John Cooper Works Convertible LCI

The German tuning specialist offers its customers three optional versions, all in “Sport” design. One in chrome, carbon, or black. Future owners can get the tuned JCW solo as a pure end trim solution. Moreover, AC Schnitzer features the MINI John Cooper Convertible with a new front splitter and front grill. Customers will also get a rear skirt protection foil and a set of decals. For the interior, the Cooper wears the typical AC Schnitzer aluminum cover “Black Line” for the iDrive system controller and the aluminum pedals.

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AC Schnitzer decides to lower the MINI’s center of gravity by approximately 20-30 mm at the front and 25-35 mm at the rear axle. Lowering its center gravity can improve the handling of this tuned MINI JCW, all thanks to the spring kit of AC Schnitzer. Of course, it would not be an AC Schnitzer tuned auto without a set of custom wheels. Customers may get the AC1 alloy wheels in Bicolor in either Anthracite or optional painted in black. Its wheels also fit along with 215/35 R 19 tires.

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