Mini is set to reveal the new Clubman concept at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show. The new Mini Clubman concept is 260 mm longer and 170 mm wider than the current Clubman model.
The new Mini Clubman concept is integrated with classic Mini designs. The front end of the vehicle is designed with circular headlamps and hexagonal radiator black chrome grill which incorporates the front bumper. The bumper has a black chrome paint finish and the side of the Mini Clubman concept showcases its long wheelbase, flatly positioned windows, and short overhangs.
Mini says the rear of the vehicle has multiple layers that gives the Clubman a strong look. It also has a split doors which surrounds the entire rear section of the vehicle. Moreover, the vehicle’s tail lamps are positioned horizontally.
The interior of the Mini Clubman concept has a combination of a Nubuck and Nappa leather. Silver accents can be seen in between the front seats. According to Mini, the instrument panel of the vehicle has a blue limed ash grain and a white porcelain finish. It also has a silver-plated linear air vents and a display area in the center console which offers three different driving functions.
Mini has not yet released details about the engine of the new Clubman concept.