Mini Clubman Final Edition: Here’s what you need to know

Mini Clubman Final Edition: Here’s what you need to know

Mini’s funky hatchback bows out in style

The Mini Clubman has been an important part of this British brand’s line-up for years. Originally debuting in 1969 as a more practical shooting brake-style version of the compact Mini, it was revived in 2007 but retained core elements of the iconic model. 

A second-generation model followed in 2015, bringing a fresher design and higher-quality interior, along with increased dimensions to allow for greater cabin space and practicality than before. 

But as Mini looks to launch its next-generation line-up of models, including a new Hatch, Countryman and new Aceman crossover, the Clubman is now being discontinued with no direct replacement planned. To mark its end, Mini has created the Final Edition. Let’s take a look at what you need to know about it.

Bespoke styling

Mini is known for its adventurously-styled special editions and the Clubman Final Edition is no different. In fact, it gains a range of specific styling elements. Available in three colours – Nanuq White, Enigmatic Black and Melting Silver, each car comes with ‘Shimmering Copper’ detailing, including on areas such as the grille crossbar and side scuttles. 

The two-tone 18-inch alloy wheels have also been finished in a ‘tinted clear’ laquer to give the copper finish, while there are a range of specific ‘Final Edition’ badges around the car. 

High-end interior 

The interior of the Clubman has also had a high-end makeover to mark this Final Edition. There’s special badging on the Nappa leather steering wheel, while full leather Mini Yours sports seats come in a unique Dark Maroon finish. 

The seats themselves also come with sewn-in edition branding, while the dashboard is finished in trim strips in Sage Geen and Shimmer Copper. 

Generous levels of equipment

All Mini Clubman models come generously equipped, but the Final Edition really takes things up a level. On top of the specific details we've already mentioned, this Mini comes with a panoramic glass sunroof, as well as keyless entry and a Harman Kardon sound system. 

Based on the Exclusive trim level, the Final Edition also comes with an 8.8-inch touchscreen with satellite navigation and Apple CarPlay, as well as a digital dashboard and a reversing camera. 

Sporty Cooper S engine

The Clubman Final Edition comes in a single fixed specification, and the same applies to the engine.

That’s because it’s available exclusively with the brilliant Cooper S engine – a turbocharged 2.0-litre petrol engine putting out 176bhp, allowing the Clubman to accelerate from 0-60mph in just seven seconds. It offers a fantastic mix of usable performance that won’t break the bank when it comes to running costs. 

Produced in limited numbers

Ensuring the Clubman Final Edition remains a coveted model even in the years to come, Mini is capping its production numbers. Just 1,969 will be produced – the number chosen as 1969 was when the original Clubman launched.

But just 100 of these models will be sold in the UK, ensuring its exclusivity. The Mini Clubman Final Edition is now available from Mini dealers and is priced at £37,000.

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