Manhart's GP3 F350 package includes a number of technical changes that will make the Mini John Cooper Works GP track "trideck" 15% more productive. German tuners have increased their 2.0-liter "turbo four" output from 306 hp and 450 Nm of torque to 350 hp. 530 Nm. Manhart engines managed to achieve this result by installing a new electronic engine control unit, exhaust system Remus, zero drag filter and replacement of intercooler. Installation of chip-tuning will cost the owner of a hot hatch at 3850 euros. Another 1725 euros will have to be given for the custom silencer. Working together with the "turbofour" 8-band "automatic" Steptronic does not need to be improved.
OEM 18-inch four-spoke light alloy wheels, with low-profile tires Hankook 225/35 R18 tuner offers to replace with six-spoke 19-inch diameter rims, sewn into Michelin 235/30 R19 low-profile tires. The cost of this set is 1800 euros. In addition, for 192 euros standard springs will be replaced by AST elements that reduce ground clearance by 15-20 mm depending on the axle. The tuner doesn't tell you how much the dynamic performance of the hot hatch will change after installing the GP3 F350 package. The basic "three door" accelerates from a seat to 100 km/h in 5.2 seconds and reaches a top speed of 306 km/h.
For another €3,400 the body of the hot hatch will be covered with a matte black and gold film and the studio logos will be glued to the struts in the cabin. Other colour schemes of the body are also available.
Mini John Cooper Works GP will be limited to 3,000 copies. How many of them the tuner plans to equip with the GP3 F350 package, it is not reported.