2024 Mini Clubman: Final Edition $47K in October

Mini’s US Arrival: Under 100 Cars

A few weeks ago, Mini unveiled the Clubman Final Edition; however, it was rather unclear with regard to some key details. Well, now we know the worth of it and how many of the proposed 1696 that will be available on the American market. Interestingly enough, not a lot of them!

Mini has planned to bring a limited amount of fewer than one-hundred models of the Clubman Final Edition to dealerships in the United States. At a retail value of $47,145 (including destination charge), it provides a premium of ten thousand dollars than the regular version in the lineup (Clubman 4All). Production will initiate this coming September and advance to official dealership showrooms by October. Demonstrating its status as the last rendition, Mini will end taking orders for the standard Clubman in February 2024. Introducing an exclusive pre-order reservation process just for the Final Edition, Mini has set itself up to make a legacy before leaving the compact car market.

The model is now offered in Nanuq White, Enigmatic Black, and Melting Silver hues. Segment accents are added by Shimmer Copper trim around the grille. Stripes can be seen painted on the hood, side panels, and tailgate colored in the same hue and combined with black details. The 18-inch copper-colored wheels also boast this color combined with ebony highlights. To make it clear that the Final Edition is exclusive, there’s a C-pillar badge that reads “1 of 1969” which shows up inside as well.

The front-passenger side of the dashboard and carpeted floor mats come with a like insignia, while the bottom wheel spoke is treated to Nappa leather by Mini. The door sills feature the “Final Edition” logo, too. The company encompasses the interior in darkish and brown hues for the upholstery, using anthracite-colored seat back inserts along with additional Shimmer Copper edges and Sage Green Dark accents. Sitting at the middle of the dash you will find the 8.8-inch infotainment touchscreen that includes Apple CarPlay.

The Clubman 4All does not bring about any improvements to the powertrain. Employing a turbocharged 2.0-litre 4-cylinder, it achieves 189 horsepower and a torque rating of 206 pound-feet; permitting it to accelerate to 60 miles per hour in 6.9 seconds.

Mini is following in the footsteps of numerous other automobile companies, transitioning to the output of solely battery-powered car models. The Countryman EV will make its debut towards the beginning of 2024, to be subsequently accompanied by the latest Aceman crossover within 2025. For Mini to plan for its electrified future, it had to ponder giving its existing portfolio a final goodbye, which is why it has brought out the Clubman Final Edition.

Source: Mini

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