Like something conceived on Jackass, Mini and the Red Bull Crashed Ice team recently partnered up to tear up a perfectly frozen lake.
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Scaling down Rolls-Royce luxury into a pint-sized package, Mini just released a production version the 2012 Mini Cooper Inspired by Goodwood model at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance in Monterey, Calif.
As a last hurrah of the 2006 Mini Cooper S John Cooper Works before undergoing a full redesign, Mini made a little-known version called the GP that lightened the hatchback, upped the horsepower ever-s0-slightly, and infused it with a better suspension and tires.
Small, sporty cars like the Mini Cooper S are commonly referred to as “hot hatches,” but we’re not sure the British brand really would want that designation right now.