MINI celebrates the end of the Clubman’s career with the Final Edition limited series
The British estate is characterized by its exclusive details, both inside and out
The end of an era… Born in 1969, the MINI Clubman was the quintessential MINI family car with its estate body and atypical hinged doors. Since then, the Countryman has arrived with its trendy SUV look. As a result, sales of the Clubman have dropped and it will not be replaced. Before it says goodbye, the estate car is getting a final limited edition, appropriately named Final Edition.
Compared to the other Clubman models, this version is distinguished by the copper-coloured accents on the front grille, the bonnet and the lower part of the doors. The right-hand hinged door also has copper accents in line with the taillights. The wording “Final Edition” can also be seen underneath. The 18-inch wheels are also in this copper colour. The indicator repeaters and the C-pillar are marked 1969.
1,969 examples of a model launched in 1969
On board, the Final Edition lettering is featured on the door sills and on the Nappa leather steering wheel. The front sports seats in chocolate leather and anthracite fabric create a delightfully retro atmosphere. The dark dashboard is crossed by a copper-coloured insert and is additionally surrounded by a dark green decorative strip. Finally, the front passenger will be faced with the 1 of 1969 inscription, which is also found on the floor mats.
The key shell of the vehicle is also specific. A total of 1,969 units of the MINI Clubman Final Edition will be produced, 123 of which will be sold in France. Only the Cooper S version with a 178 PS petrol engine and dual-clutch automatic transmission will be associated with this limited edition. Prices start at €46,400 in France.Recommend0 recommendationsPublished in News