MINI Clubman Facelift Breaks Cover in New Spy Photos

Jason Siu
by Jason Siu

MINI is giving its Clubman model a minor refresh, which should arrive before the end of this year.

Caught on camera by spy photographers for the very first time, the facelifted MINI Clubman is testing in Munich. Judging by the camouflage, expect the refresh to be a pretty standard update, with no significant changes to the Clubman’s styling. There should be new graphics on the lighting, and some minor changes to the front and rear fascias.

There should also be some small changes inside the cabin, but it will likely focus on an update on its infotainment system. Parent company BMW will likely share its latest tech with the MINI Clubman.

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The current MINI Clubman made its debut at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show, sporting six doors and seating for up to five. Look for more information to appear on the facelifted MINI Clubman in the coming months.

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