• May 26th 2009 at 7:01PM
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To go along with the Mini 50 Camden and Mini 50 Mayfair, spotted at the Mini United gathering this weekend was a British Racing Green treat: the Mini JCW World Championship 50. The 50th anniversary JCW special gets an exclusive non-metallic BRG finish, Pepper White roof and stripes, JCW aero kit, cross-spoke Challenge alloy wheels in jet black, carbon black leather seats with red piping, and Alcantara JCW steering wheel, and a sport suspension along with carbon fiber bits and identifying plaques throughout.

There are no engine mods, so you can probably expect the same 208 hp in the current JCW coupe. But the exclusivity is going to cost you. According to MotoringFile's sources there will only be 250 examples produced, with the price in Europe reported to be €40,000. A U.S. allotment is still undeclared.

[Source: MotoringFile]

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      • 6 Years Ago
      Cool, but 40k euros? Oh wait, its' made by BMW, so the ludicrous overpricing makes sense. I guess 250 fools and their money will be soon parted.
      • 6 Years Ago
      They couldn't have dropped it just a bit? It looks like an SUV with that wheel gap.
        • 6 Years Ago
        It didn't say they had to slam it, just close it up a bit.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Man, these Minis just keep getting cuter and cuter with every new edition!
      • 6 Years Ago
      I gotta say - wheel gap and the fact that I have a 9-year-old child aside - I want this car. I love the true BRG color and the stripes. I am sure the wheels look great too.

      It's just too small to survive a serious accident with some American leviathan of an auto.