BMW's MINI division has showcased the Clubman Concept ahead of its debut at next week's Geneva Motor Show. The Clubman Concept is 166 inches long, 72 inches wide and 57 inches tall, which makes it a tad bigger than the Countryman. From the looks of it, we think this one might make it to production and introduce the world to the next-gen Clubman.
The concept retains the current Clubman's wagon-like silhouette and split rear doors but the added length has made it possible to fit a set of front-hinged side doors. The horizontal tail lamps emphasize the overall look and the patented AirBreathers fitted behind the front wheels show of the BMW-side of the MINI's genes.
It's no doubt futuristic in appearance, both on the outside and inside. With high-definition screens, toggle switch for the ignition and several storage bins hidden throughout the cockpit, the Clubman is clearly a fun car like every other MINI.
MINI has not yet revealed about what engine hides under the hood of this car. The next-gen MINI Clubman (production car) is expected to be launched at the Paris Motorshow in October but till then this one will have to do.