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Discussion in 'MINI News and Articles' started by Metalman, Mar 14, 2012.
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So from this and the location of the swirly camouflage we can surmise that there the is a different rear bumper treatment, a different rear wing and side skirts.
If we look at this slightly blown up version below we see there are diffuser looking vents in the bottom of the rear bumper.
Yeah, I may need one of those.
Or it could be someone with 1/2 a JCW R56 with a really crappy paint job. And a devilish sense of humor. :devil:
We shall see. I could do one if it is real. :wink:
Seems to be a much smaller rear spoiler then the '06 GP. Diffuser is nice addition.
I need some duct tape with that swirly pattern.
:cornut: Desperately(!) needs a 3rd brake light pulsar!
That would be a good April 1st prank
I really like the new rear wing. It looks a bit more subtle. Less like you need to be wearing a racing suit and helmet to drive to work if you have that on the back.
I think the yellow accents kind of clash with the whole multiple color scheme going on.....
I'm always amused when people mention rear wings. My current car is a 2002 WRX sedan (205k miles, all mine), complete with Subaru's less-than-subtle wing.
Y'all don't get to complain about nice, tidy manufacturer's aero packages.
That's too funny/true. I'd be all over a rear wing if it wasn't so 'bling'
Agree, the diffuser is a real nice addition. I'd love to add one to mine.
Yea but the JCW wing is sooooo sweet!
wow GP wing on 2013 JCW! sweet! They probably will have GP wing on countryman JCW as well!
I doubt they will. The GP is a separate model even more exclusive than the JCW. My guess is the GP "stuff" will be made out of unobtanium and can't see them doing a GP Countryman. Pretty sure it's only going to be a R56 platform.
true... but yeah they look sweet on my countryman! :drool
It's hard to tell in the spy shots if the new GP will have the original GP wing or the Challenge wing or a third exclusive design. Knowing BMW/MINI, they tend to be sneaky with their test mules.
I think unobtanium is the same matter that Oakley 'O-matter' is made of, that's why it costs (us the consumer) so much.