Our spy photographers have recently managed to capture the production version of the MINI Clubman on camera, while the model was being tested in a cold weather environment.
MINI has already pulled the wraps off the Clubman, in a concept form, during the 2014 Geneva Motor Show, just last week, but this time we’re talking about the production version of this model, which has been caught on camera by our spy photographers, in northern Europe, while it was being tested in a cold weather environment.
The model in question has been wearing a lot of camouflage on its body, but even so, we can still see what it may look like, once it will hit the production line. There is an overall extended length in the vehicle in order to make room for the full sized conventional front-hinged rear-doors and it’s believed that the recently unveiled MINI Cooper is providing us with a glimpse on the engine lineup, which could include a 2.0 liter turbocharged gasoline burner, with 189 HP. Sadly we have no more details on the MINI Clubman, in its production version, for the moment, and these will probably surface once the model will be ready to be officially unveiled.