Monday 14 April 2014

Mini takes aim at VW Golf with larger Clubman theory!


Hi Bloggers,

Close creation-prepared notion stretches the quirky Clubman to provide a more classic premium to the Mini of the likes of the VW Golf and Audi A3. 

MINI has revealed aspects of a five-door Clubman concept that clearly signposts the corporation’s goal to stretch the far-out estate variation of its own hatchback to battle with larger cars like the VW Golf and Audi A3. The concept, expected to be unveiled in the Geneva motor show next week, also shows a step-up in inside quality  in the hatchback. 

The style is unlikely to change much from the generation variation due early next year. Mini has a background of getting its idea cars to generations largely unaltered. Income of the present Clubman have lagged behind more well-known MINI variations with buyers put off from the embarrassing rear-hinged half door that gave access to the rear seats. The theory yet keeps the dual side-hinged rear doors that have been a nod to the first MINI estate.

The Geneva car is a complete 260mm longer compared to the present Clubman, using it over four meters in length to calculate 4223mm, almost the same length as the VW Golf. 

Looks wise the Clubman theory wears the exact same face as the just launched MINI hatchback with all the bumper incorporated into the grille. Nevertheless there is a greater use of chrome highlights to supply the Clubman what MINI calls a more distinctive appeal. This extends to the door handles in the side and back and also the edging of the large rear light unit.

The new Clubman will be sold alongside a five-door version of the Mini hatchback that’ll beat the larger car to the showrooms with an on-sale date late this year. Expect Clubman engines to match those of the standard hatchback, including the new 134bhp 1.5-litre three-cylinder turbocharged petrol unit.

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