2014 Mini Clubman Concept

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

It might not be so “mini,” but the German maker’s latest Geneva Motor Show contribution is definitely a good looking vehicle. Meet the 2014 Mini Clubman Concept.

While many will refer to the Clubman as a 5-door, you will notice upon further examination, that there’s actually 6 doors on the Mini thanks to the split-door design used on the hatch. The vehicle’s exterior features a beautiful elongated hexagonal radiator grille, those classic circular headlamps, and a set of 19-inch bi-color black chrome/alloy wheels. The interior has been decked out in a blue limed ash gran and white porcelain finish, and the ultimate finishing touch – the translucent showcase storage compartment found in the trunk.

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