At the Essen Motor Show 2011, both MINI John Cooper Works and BMW Performance will be presenting various vehicles and parts designed to make the products of the retrofit programs directly from the manufacturer attractive to visitors to the tuning fair. Even on the outside area, MINI will draw attention to itself in the form of a John Cooper Works Coupe Endurance, which will be placed in a cage with the label “Caution, biting!” is housed.
Directly at the stand in Halle, another racing vehicle from the MINI Challenge awaits visitors in the form of the MINI John Cooper Works Challenge, which will also be able to see a MINI John Cooper Works Coupe and a MINI Cooper S Convertible. The rear wing for the MINI Coupe is likely to receive special attention, as it has not yet been seen at a trade fair. In addition, MINI points out the long-term performance enhancements for the Cooper S to 1 hp as well as the numerous rim and aerodynamic solutions that are marketed under the umbrella of John Cooper Works.
BMW Performance is also represented in Essen, presenting a completely redesigned BMW X6 M with all available parts of the BMW M Performance program as well as the performance study for the BMW 1 Series F20 that was already shown at the Frankfurt IAA. A total of no less than seven vehicles with components from BMW Performance are on site to point out the extensive range for the 1, 3, Z4, X5 and X6 as well as the 1 M Coupe, M3, X5 M and X6 M..
In a BMW M3 Coupe converted into a driving simulator with parts from BMW M Performance, visitors can also put their skills to the test on the wheel and win a rookie training session in a Formula BMW racing car.