The Clubman has iconic status in MINI folklore, having been one of the more recognisable names in MINI’s original run, and was reintroduced back into the range in 2007.
Originally, the Clubman was a slight variation on the hatchback design of the original MINI, whereas now it is full estate model, with plenty of space in the boot and with more space for the occupants.
This latest development of the Clubman adds four-wheel drive, with the MINI ALL4 system offering further stability and confidence on the road for you.
The launch of this new model will also see the Clubman paired with the latest range of MINI’s TwinPower Turbo Technology engines, such as the 2-litre four-cylinder petrol fitted to the Cooper S Clubman ALL4, which produces 192hp and comes with either a six-speed manual or the 8-speed Steptronic automatic gearbox. This means the Clubman can be equipped with a total of eight different powertrains to give you the widest possible choice.
The new system is paired with sporty suspension to help you have a bit more fun through the corners, a large track width and lightened but stiffer bodywork to help maintain the go-kart feel that makes MINIs so iconic, with the electromechanical power steering with Servotronic helping you stay in complete control.
The full range of the Clubman’s optional equipment is fully available on this new version, including the exclusive John Cooper Works package, MINI Yours options and the up to date MINI Connected in-car infotainment system.
For more information on the new Clubman ALL4, contact your nearest Cooper MINI centre.