The final edition of the Mini Clubman has been announced, as the model paves way for a new generation of electric vehicles from the brand
As a parting gift, the Mini Clubman Cooper S Final Edition has been revealed with just 1969 units to be available globally. Unfortunately, none will be coming to Australia.
Mini Australia’s head of product and planning, James Orlov, told Chasing Cars that the Clubman will remain on sale until the end of the model’s production run in 2024.
“Mini will not offer the Mini Clubman Final Edition for the Australian and New Zealand markets. However, we will continue to offer the Clubman Cooper S and JCW variants until the model’s official end of production in February 2024.
“The Clubman’s departure paves the way for the development of the next generation of models in the lead up to Mini’s all-electric future in 2030”.
The final edition of the Mini Clubman will be officially called the Cooper S Clubman Final Edition and won’t be based on the current John Cooper Works (JCW) variant that you can buy in Australia.
You’ll be able to pick apart a Clubman Final Edition from a crowd of cars thanks to its unique 18-inch two-tone Copper alloy wheels, unique Shimmer Copper highlights, as well as special badging, including a numbered plaque on the C-pillar.
Inside, you’ll find special-edition highlights on the steering wheel, while the seats have been finished in Dark Maroon with blue contrast stitching. Final Edition badging can also be found on the floor mats and key cap.
Standard features include an 8.8-inch touchscreen multimedia system, smartphone integration and remote services, to name a few.
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