Romeo Ferraris MINI Countryman Cooper S

Known for its racecar preparation as well as its road car tuning programs, Milan-based Romeo Ferraris has been making cars go faster since the 1960s. Its latest offering is a complete package for the new MINI Countryman Cooper S, designed to mark the 150th anniversary of Italy’s unification.

An ECU remap, new intercooler, and exhaust with high-flow catalytic converter and WRC-style exhaust tips help to give the MINI 227 hp (up from 184). The chassis is also upgraded thanks to fully adjustable suspension, while the floating 328 mm front brake discs, from Brembo, are gripped by 4 piston calipers.

External changes to the Countryman centre around matte blue paint with a contrasting chrome roof and twin stripes. The headlights are customised black with graphite frames. Graphite paintwork also finds its way onto the car’s side badges and centres of the three-piece OZ Racing Superleggera III wheels. The rims have been colour-coded with the bodywork.

Inside, the seats have been trimmed in leather with blue piping, and have the Italian tricolour stitched into them. The company’s Sagittarius logo is also embroidered into the headrests.

[Source: Romeo Ferraris]

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