Mini has unveiled a facelifted version of its Clubman model.
Styling changes include the addition of a new grille, while LED lights are offered as standard, as well as two new body colours and alloy wheel designs.
Three trim levels are offered – Classic, Sport and Exclusive. As standard, the firm’s navigation system is offered and is displayed on a 6.5-inch screen. Other highlights include Real Time Traffic Information and Apple CarPlay, rain sensors and automatic headlight activation.
The Sport trim level adds a John Cooper Works Sports steering wheel, John Cooper Works sports seats and 17-inch John Cooper Works Track Spoke alloy wheels as standard, while Exclusive adds 17-inch Roulette Spoke alloys, a leather steering wheel and leather sports seats as standard.
From launch, three models will be offered. As standard, the engines are mated to a six-speed manual transmission, while a seven-speed automatic gearbox is optionally available:
Mini Cooper Clubman: 136hp (three-cylinder petrol engine), 50.4 mpg, 129g/km of CO2.
Mini Cooper S Clubman: 192hp (four-cylinder petrol engine), 43.5mpg, 147g/km of CO2.
Mini Cooper D Clubman: 150hp (four-cylinder diesel engine), 64.2mpg, 114g/km of CO2.
The new Mini Clubman is available from April 2019 priced from £21,200.