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There is no question that Mini has gone absolutely bonkers with their Mini Jon Cooper Works GP Concept. Obviously, we're not looking at your average Mini here, this hopped-up hatch is much wider than the standard model and boast larger front and rear aprons that are made from carbon fiber, side skirts, and a pretty substantial roof spoiler. 

Going back to the front end, the car features large air intakes, molded air deflectors, and a hexagonal honeycomb radiator grille that sits between the Mini's signature elliptical headlights. The side of the car is signed with the numbers 0059, which is a nod to the birth year of the original Mini Cooper and the 19-inch Racetrack lightweight wheels feature black finish spokes that contrast against Curbside Red metallic and Highspeed Orange accents.

At the rear, airflow is channeled through the flanks and a split Union Jack design decorates the car's taillights. The interior of the car is decorated in a white knit and black leather with red stitching while an aluminum roll cage encapsulates the cabin and perfectly contrasts against the black interior elements.

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