MINI JCW gets upgraded by Krumm-Performance image

The aftermarket specialists from Krumm-Performance have introduced recently an upgrade package for the MINI John Cooper Works.

If you happen to own the range-topping hatchback produced by MINI and you would like some improvements made to it, then you have come to the right place because the guys from Krumm-Performance are offering just that. According to the tuning company, the vehicle has received AP-Racing brakes with four-piston calipers, priced at 3,300 euros, a KW Clubsport suspension kit costing 2,550 euros and the large 17-inch wheels ATS-GTR, which have been wrapped in Dunlop Direzza 03G tires, 214/45 in size. The particular ride is also getting the body wrap, the bespoke rear diffuser priced at 600 euros, the OMP Ultraleggero steering wheel, the Recaro seats, Wiechers Clubsport rollover bar and so on.

The most important part of the popular hot hatch is definitely found under its hood where the tuning company has installed the stage III kit which basically means adding the custom intake, the racing intercooler, the revised turbocharger and the Akrapovic downpipe. Thanks to these modifications, the unit is now capable of producing a total output of 300 HP (213 kW) and it has a peak torque of 400 Nm (295 lb-ft) of torque. Krumm-Performance says that applying these updates to your ride will be setting you back for 4,999 euros. The engine is actually working with the revised transmission with Drexler limited slip differential, priced at 2,150 euros, along with the 1,620 euros Sachs racing clutch, so make sure you do the math well when deciding what you need exactly.