Mini hasn't messed with the JCW's design and it didn't need to. Notably, the JCW Hardtop is only available in sporty two-door guise and not as the more practical four-door. The base Classic comes with 17-inch alloy wheels, body-color mirrors and roof, and options like sporty hood stripes. LED head- and taillights are standard across the range. Going for the mid-range Signature will add a panoramic moonroof, while the top-spec Iconic gets 18-inch alloy wheels as standard. Mini staples like the centrally-mounted dual-exhaust outlet and the chrome-effect fuel filler cap add to the charm of this cheeky-looking hatch.
One of the tiniest cars on the road, the Mini Cooper JCW Hardtop measures just 152.5 inches in length. Other dimensions are similarly compact, with a width of 68 inches excluding the mirrors (increasing to 76.1 inches with the mirrors), a height of 55.7 inches, and a wheelbase of only 98.2 inches. In terms of curb weight, the JCW comes in at 2,932 pounds.
|Mini John Cooper Works Hardtop Trims||John Cooper Works|
|Max Width||68 in.|
|Mini John Cooper Works Hardtop Trims||Curb Weight|
|John Cooper Works||2,855 lbs.|
|Wheels Type||Aluminum Wheels|
|Front Wheel Size||17" x 7"|
|Rear Wheel Size||17" x 7"|
Although Emerald Grey metallic and Melting Silver metallic have been removed from the color palette for 2021, there are still enough colors to choose from for most. On the base Classic, you are, however, limited to just four shades: Moonwalk Grey, Chili Red, Pepper White, and Midnight Black. The last three colors all go for $500 each. Moving up to the mid-range Signature adds hues like Thunder Grey, White Silver, Solaris Orange, Starlight Blue, and JCW Rebel Green. This trim allows for the roof and mirrors to be painted in one of four contrast colors such as White or Chili Red, so there are some eye-catching combinations available. The top Iconic model adds MINI Yours Enigmatic Black.