Mini Showcasing at the Geneva Motor Show 2012

BMW has always tried to keep up with the class and demands of the consumers and therefore they have come up with better cars at the Geneva Motor Show 2012. This time BMW is more focused on the Mini at the Geneva Motor Show and to make it even better the company has lined up nine new cars at the event. The Geneva Motor Show will be happening from March 8 to March 18 but consumers are already interested in watching some of the best Mini models available at the show.

To celebrate the world premiere in Geneva, Mini has decided that they will bring in their best cars and therefore they will bring out Mini John Cooper Works Countryman which will be an all wheel drive car with superb performance. This new car has been developed by Mini to showcase raw engine power. The company engineers and designers have worked hard to come up with the new four cylinder engine with twin scroll turbocharger, petrol direct injection and variable valve control. The engine has the ability to produce around 218 horsepower. This will be the first John Cooper Works car that will have an optional six speed automatic transmission for the consumers.

On the other hand, Mini will also highlight the concept design Mini Clubman Concept vehicle at the show which looks like a premium small car for those who are really conscious about their social status. The Clubman Concept car will have a great combination of functionality, leisure and performance.

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Published on: February 29, 2012

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