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First Electric MINI John Cooper Works to Debut at Goodwood Festival of Speed Ahead of its World Premiere.

The new MINI John Cooper Works E PROtotype is set to storm up the hill at this year's Goodwood Festival of Speed, ahead of its world premiere in autumn of 2024.

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Munich. The MINI John Cooper Works E PROtotype marks a significant milestone as the first-ever electric MINI John Cooper Works model. Featuring a striking design and advanced electric powertrain, this prototype embodies MINI's commitment to innovation and electromobility.

Celebrating its world premiere later this year, the MINI John Cooper Works E represents a bold move in MINI's evolution, combining the brand's rich heritage with cutting-edge technology. The future John Cooper Works lineup will include both petrol and all-electric models.

In a nod to MINI’s historic victory of the Mini Cooper S at the 1964 Rallye Monte Carlo 60 years ago, the racecar features a distinctive camouflage designed by the MINI Design Team, and the “37” logo, commemorating this milestone achievement. This emblem serves as a homage to MINI’s rich motorsport tradition.

The dynamic premiere at the Goodwood Festival of Speed offers a glimpse of the future of high-performance electric vehicles, showcasing MINI's iconic design and engineering prowess. Fans and automotive enthusiasts alike can expect an unforgettable showcase of the MINI John Cooper Works E PROtotype’s capabilities as it tackles the challenging hill climb.

The Goodwood Festival of Speed is being held over four days from 11-14 July 2024.


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Franziska Liebert, Spokesperson MINI
Phone: +49-89-382-28030

Andreas Lampka, Head of Communications MINI
Phone: +49-89-382-23662

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