Our spy photographers have managed to catch the new generation of the MINI Clubman on camera, while it was being tested, in Germany.
The British based automaker MINI is quite busy these days and after officially pulling the wraps off the new generation of the Cooper, the company is currently working on a replacement of the Clubman, which is believed to make its way onto the market sometimes next year. The images posted below are showing a prototype of the new MINI Clubman generation, which has been caught on camera by our spy photographers in Munich.
Despite having a lot of camouflage on its body, the 2015 MINI Clubman, pictured below, can still provide us with some ideas on how it will look like, once it will become available to its future customers. On a first look, the new MINI Clubman generation will grow in size in order to make room for the full sized conventional front-hinged rear doors. An evolutionary styling is also expected, along with a completely new interior design and, compared to the new MINI Cooper generation, an entirely new engine lineup too. The 2015 MINI Clubman is believed to be unveiled sometimes in 2014. Additional details on the model are limited for the moment.