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You are not just driving your car to get from A to B and long, winding roads make your heart leap? We are glad you found us. We will help you to unlock your engine’s maximum performance and make sure that you will never want to get out of your Mini again.
The Mini has been a cult vehicle since the beginning. For decades, the brand and the English compact car dominated the streets of Europe and was taken up again by BMW in 2001 under the MINI brand. This new variation corresponds to today's normal compact cars but hasn't lost the charm of the classic. Small, peppy, agile and popular, it's one of the most popular models today. The normal Mini was soon followed by a coupé, convertible and roadster, Clubman, Clubvan and Countryman. The newest member of the Mini family is the Paceman and the most attractive vehicle, the Mini John Cooper Works.
Those who love speed and a crazy drive can increase the power of their Mini II R56-58 John Cooper Works by up to 28%. 211 HP becomes 271 HP, and the torque increases from 260 Nm to a whopping 330 Nm. With RaceChip tuning parts you can transform your John Cooper Works into a racing machine in just a few steps.
The latest iteration of VWs iconic transporter is called the T6.1. The Multivan that we have tested comes with a 2-liter bi-turbo diesel engine with 199 HP and 450 Nm of torque in stock which is the range topping motorization. READ ON
Let’s be honest: We’re all waiting for the GTI and R versions of the new Golf, aren’t we? However, they won’t be around until late 2020 or early 2021. Until then, we took the chance to have a look at the brand new Golf MK8 with the 1.5 TSI motorization... READ ON