Mini is an iconic brand and despite being compact in size exudes a sense of sophistication. To take it to another level Mini which is owned by BMW is bringing the Mini Clubman 8 years after its launch in the international market. The new Mini Clubman will be the biggest Mini model on sale in India. The extended wheelbase of the Clubman will make it much more spacious than its counterparts. As expected it will feature a long list of creature comforts and Go-kart like handling is an added bonus.
The pricing of the Clubman in India is expected to be around INR 40 lakh to INR 45 lakh (ex-showroom) and will be another addition to the Mini lineup which consists of Mini Countryman, Mini Convertible, Mini 5 Door and a Mini 3 door version. Read More: India bound 2017 MINI Countryman Revealed!
On the exterior front, Clubman sports a front fascia with slightly bigger LED headlamps and a chrome bordered front grille. The side profile is still, Mini-like with only difference being of the elongated wheelbase which is 100 mm longer than the Cooper S. The rear end consists of large bean shaped tail lamps with chrome bordering here as well and a split opening tailgate. The length is 4253 mm, width is 1800 mm, which is 90 mm wider than the Cooper S. The height is 1441 mm whereas the wheelbase is 2670 mm. Read More: 2016 Mini Clubman to launch tomorrow in India
The interiors are available with a choice of multiple customization packs. Over that the car also features the Mini trademark round central infotainment screen and round instrument cluster. The boot space is 360 litres which can be extended to an accommodating 1250 litres. The Mini Clubman will be available in two engine options which will be a 2.0 litre petrol producing around 189 bhp whereas the 2.0 litre diesel on offer will be producing 148 bhp of power.