MINI revealed an intriguing design study at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show. The Clubman Concept hints at a future “higher class” automobile from the famous British brand.
This vehicle is more than 10 inches longer and close to 7 inches wider than today’s version of the Clubman. With four doors, it seats five passengers and offers plenty of cargo room.
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From a design standpoint this car has short overhangs, a relatively long wheelbase and a bulldog-like face, all classic MINI traits. There are also characteristic side scuttles and a hexagonal radiator grille.
Moving inside the overall appearance is probably a bit more sophisticated than what’s in today’s car, with a three-dimensional look to the dashboard. Light blue cow skin and shiny-red patent leather is an interesting combination. Laminated ash wood trim adds a dash of complexity as do special silver accents.
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GALLERY: MINI Clubman Concept Live Photos
GALLERY: MINI Clubman Concept
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