Take a regular, front engined Mini Cooper, and pop another engine in the boot. Double the power, double the fun.
The standard Mini Cooper is a fun car. This particular model, belonging to Jacques Andres, has 250bhp from a supercharged 1.6-litre at the front – it doesn’t hang about. But for Jacques, that wasn’t enough. So he put a second Mini engine in the back. Each starts individually, but are controlled by the same throttle and if one blows up on the race track, you still have a second one to finish the race. The result is Porsche-destroying power for a fraction of the cost.