Mini brought its most potent hot hatch ever to Goodwood in near-production form.
The fully-electric MINI Cooper SE boasts a lithium-ion battery that allows for a range of 146 to 167 miles.
The big news for 2020 is the 301 hp John Cooper Works Countryman and Clubman.
The Mini John Cooper Works GP will have over 300 hp and rival the Honda Civic Type R.
MINI is going electric, but the upcoming Cooper SE is only expected to have a range of approximately 114 miles.
The smart glasses will allow service techs to view schematics and step-by-step instructions while they work.
It’s expected to debut this fall, probably at the Frankfurt Motor Show, with more than 300 horsepower.
Mini built nearly 60,000 of these diminutive, yet quite practical, models over a 20+ year period.
The publicity stunt involved a fully camouflaged Mini Cooper SE prototype and a 150-ton freight plane.
The 2020 Mini Cooper S E reveals clear styling influences from the 2017 Mini Electric Concept.
Mini says it is remaining committed to manual transmissions and will continue to offer them.
Thanks to a redesigned turbocharged 2.0-liter engine, the models now have an extra 74 hp and 74 lb-ft of torque.