AC Schnitzer’s latest tuning program is a concept vehicle based on the MINI John Cooper Works (JCW) and according to them the car was developed as a technology platform and is now valued at 62,000 Euro.
Dubbed as the MINI Eagle, the car features a long list of mechanical upgrades, some of which include a new turbocharger and intercooler, a new sports clutch and a limited slip differential, a lightweight ion battery plus AC Schinitzer’s Motronic program.
The AC Schnitzer MINI JCW EAGLE has also received a stainless steel exhaust sytem with racing catalyst, along with a new racing suspension and a ‘Short Shift’ transmission.
The list of racing derived upgrades does not stop here, as the AC Schnitzer MINI JCW EAGLE has also been equipped with anti-roll bars, a carbon fiber body kit, which includes a carbon bonnet plus carbon wings and doors plus a set of 18 inch Mi2 BiColor wheels wrapped in 225/35 ZR 18 tires. 
When compared to the base JCW model, the AC Schnitzer MINI JCW EAGLE delivers 260 HP (191 kW) and 340 Nm of torque instead of 211 HP (155 kW) and 280 Nm, plus the 0 to 100 Km/h acceleration time has dropped from 6.5 to 5.8 seconds. Top speed has also increased from 238 Km/h to 250 Km/h.

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Source: AC Schnitzer