Mini Clubman Cooper S Streetworker

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Some of the subtleties of the English language seem to have been lost on the German alloy wheel company, Schmidt Revolution. When building a Mini Clubman to show off their new Cirrus line of wheels, they decided to bestow it with the moniker "Streetworker". We're hoping that they were simply unaware of the fact that this makes it sound like the car is a prostitute, but if they were aware, it would explain the Clubman's tarted-uo look.

It is actually a pretty well executed project, provided that flashy is your thing. They essentially started with the wheels and then extended that matte blue and black theme to the rest of the car. The car has been given a Streetec air suspension kit, which allows the ride height to be lowered by as much as 60mm or raised by as much as 40mm. An engine kit was also fitted, and it raises the horsepower to 200. If blue isn't your thing, then the wheels can be ordered in all sorts of colors.

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