Is the "standard" Mini John Cooper Works not enough hot hatch for you? Behold, the Mini John Cooper Works Challenge!
This mamma-jamma is built for track use, and its complement of new parts certainly makes that obvious.
Upgrades for the Challenge include adjustable Nitron coilovers, a Quaife limited-slip differential, upgraded Brembo brakes and Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires.
Throw in some lighter wheels, and you're looking at an unsprung-mass reduction of about 5 pounds per corner, which is yuge.
The car is also outfitted with a load of JCW accessories, like carbon fiber aesthetic bits and an adjustable exhaust.
The car is available in just one specification -- white silver paint, black interior, six-speed manual transmission.
Standard equipment includes rear parking sensors, rain-sensing wipers and adaptive LED headlights.
The engine is the same as in the "standard" Mini JCW -- a 2.0-liter, turbocharged four-cylinder engine, good for 231 horsepower and 236 pound-feet of torque.
One of the cupholders has been removed in favor of a "Track Mode" button, which Mini stresses is not to be used on the street.
The car is limited to 100 units, all of which will be sold in the UK, at a price of £32,000 ($45,411, directly converted) a pop.