Mini, by it’s very name and nature, doesn’t do anything big.
And that is true when it comes to facelifts, as the company has revealed the updated Clubman wagon with a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it series of revisions.
Set to go on-sale in Australia later this year, the revised Clubman features new head and tail lights, a subtle change to the front grille and new-look alloy wheels.
The modifications bring it in-line with the latest-generation Mini hatch with circular rings around the LED head lights and a Union Jack motif in the tail lights.
It will be offered with a series of new metallic colours – Indian Red Summer, British Racing Green and Enigmatic Black – while the roof can be finished in a choice of black, white or, now, silver.
Behind the new-look alloys, Mini has revised the Clubman’s optional Sports suspension by lowering its stance by 10mm.
Inside the cabin, there is a new range of leather trims and dash highlights as well as an updated infotainment system with the latest Mini Connected functionality.
The Clubman is currently offered in Australia in three distinct flavours of sportiness, the entry-level Cooper, mid-grade Cooper S and flagship JCW, which comes exclusively with an all-wheel drive transmission.
Source:: Daily times