Mini has revealed the revised version of its Clubman hatchback, which comes with fresh styling and more connectivity than before.
The Clubman sits above the five-door version of the Mini Hatch and below the Countryman crossover in the firm’s range, and is known for its barn doors at the rear to access the boot.
Following on from the facelifted version of the standard hatch last year, the refreshed Clubman comes with a revised, larger front grille along with modified LED headlights. Those are offered with an adaptive function as an optional extra to help avoid dazzling other drivers by using cameras to sense other traffic. LED rear lights are also included as standard.
The firm has also added a number of new colours to the line-up – including Summer Red and British Racing Green. Standard models coming with 16-inch alloy wheels, with wheel sizes up to 19 inches available.See Available Clubman deals
Buyers now also get more for their money, with the Clubman coming as standard with a 6.5-inch touchscreen that features Apple CarPlay and real-time traffic data. Automatic lights and wipers are also included, along with LED interior lighting. This is known as the ‘Classic’, and prices start from £21,200.
The ‘Sport’ version brings a John Cooper Works styling pack, while the range-topping Exclusive grade comes with leather sports seats and revised 17-inch alloy wheels.
At launch, three engines are offered – Cooper, Cooper S and Cooper D. The first two of those are petrol units, with the former utilising a 134bhp 1.5-litre three-cylinder petrol engine, and the latter a 189bhp four-cylinder 2.0-litre engine. The Cooper D utilises an efficient 148bhp 2.0-litre diesel engine.
The new Clubman is on sale now, priced from £21,200.