The Mini Clubman is about to retire from the range. To celebrate its farewell in style, it is being offered a Final Edition limited edition.
In 1969 Mini presented the Clubman. The idea was to offer an interesting cargo volume in a minimal size. Immediately, the model attracted attention with the adoption of hinged doors to access the boot and shooting brake look.
In 2007, Mini introduced the second generation Clubman. In the spirit of the original model, its successor continues the idea of rear and rear hinged doors, but adds a micro door with an antagonistic opening on the right side for easy access to the rear seats.
However, all good things must come to an end and Mini has now announced that the Clubman will be withdrawn from the range. Mini’s future will be centred around the new Countryman in the coming months, which will be followed by a new version of the Mini hatch and the Aceman in 2024. The Clubman will not have any successors, and although it was fitted with All4 all-wheel drive in 2016, it will not have been able to stand up to the Countryman SUV…
This ‘Final Edition’ therefore celebrates the Clubman’s withdrawal from the range. Available with Cooper, Cooper S, petrol and diesel engines as well as All4 all-wheel drive, it is distinguished by copper elements on the exterior and specific lettering to complement three specific colours (white, black and silver grey).
Inside, the steering wheel and seats are wrapped in Nappa leather, while a copper-coloured cladding runs across the dashboard.
Only 1969 examples – in honour of the year the original Clubman was created – will be produced.