John Cooper Works Hardtop is available only in one trim, John Cooper that is. However, Mini offers user customization feature so that customers can have a tailor-made Mini in their garage. You have a large range of colors to choose from and its compact size ensures easy parking, even on the busiest lots. The most notable feature on John Cooper Works Hardtop is its twin scroll turbocharged engine that not only puts out massive power of 208 HP but also produces 192 lb-ft torque to go with it. You will see high torque figures from time to time but have you ever wondered how it is significant on your John Cooper Works Hardtop?
Well, torque is important for one reason: with higher torque, your car will produce better downward force that will keep its tires glued to the road. Next time you are driving through a country road with unexpected twists and turns; don't be scared to push your John Cooper Works Hardtop to an extent because she can handle those curves really well. A good athlete needs matching shoes to outperform his competition and this is the same with your John Cooper Works Hardtop. A peppy engine that delivers enormous torque is useful only if the car's suspension and steering wheel can handle it.
However, a good suspension system and an electronic assisted steering wheel are not the only features on the John Cooper Works Hardtop that can compete with its powerful engine! The car comes with dynamic stability control (DSC), a system that can arbitrate the engine management in unforeseen situations and apply the brake force to all four wheels equally. The DSC is accompanied by dynamic traction control (DTC) that helps the front axles to gain improved traction. When you drive on snow or sand covered terrain, don't worry about your John Cooper Works Hardtop losing its grip and spinning out dangerously.