With the introduction of the limited Nightfall Edition, the manufacturer Mini wants to arouse interest in the three-door John Cooper Works and the JCW convertible in Australia. Both the closed version and the convertible are painted as a limited version in Enigmatic Black Metallic and chrome details such as the headlight covers, the door handles or the chrome strip along the waist are painted in Piano Black (black). It continues with a carbon air inlet in the bonnet, carbon sheaths for the tailpipes and there is a sports brake system with red Works saddles behind 17 inch wheels painted in black and model-specific emblems.
the exhaust system of the Nightfall Edition
In the interior, the Nightfall Edition has new surfaces with piano lacquer, there is a black Dinamica leather interior with John Cooper Works sports seats and the JCW steering wheel is decorated with Alcantara. A JCW carbon handbrake lever is also installed and the closed version has a large panoramic roof. Only 40 copies of the Mini John Cooper Works special model as "Nightfall Edition" (R57 & R56) are built. Including 10 convertibles and 30 closed copies. If we receive information on further changes in a timely manner, there will of course be an update for this report. You will be informed of this if you simply use ours Feed subscribe to. Have fun watching the pictures and stay true to us!
Photos: Mini (BMW Group)
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Mini John Cooper Works special model "Nightfall Edition"
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