As far as the Mini lineup goes, the John Cooper Works models sit at the very top of the performance spectrum. But that’s not enough for Mini’s (relatively) new chief Kay Segler. The German auto exec came to the post from the M division of parent company BMW, and that’s what Segler wants for the Mini brand as well.

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So what does a further differentiated JCW line mean for the Mini? That’s hard to say at this point, beyond marketing, but we could be looking at even more powerful versions than the 208-horsepower, 1.6-liter turbo four currently employed.
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