MINI Clubvan Concept (2012)
MINI Clubvan Concept (2012)

The MINI Clubvan Concept will be previewed at the 2012 Geneva International Motor Show.

MINI Clubvan Concept is a two seater to give the maximum interior space – there is a flat load area which reaches from the split rear doors right up to a partition grille behind the two seats makes full use of the interior’s depth. Six attachment loops recessed into the load floor use elasticated straps to hold cargo in place. The fixed partition grille, made from solid aluminium in the lower part and a stainless steel honeycomb grating, ensures items stowed in the rear won’t fall into the front cabin. The side walls, floor and roof lining of the load area in the Concept are trimmed in high-quality anthracite-coloured cloth.

Based on the MINI Clubman (it shares the same dimensions) – it retains the five-doors two front doors for the driver and front passenger, two side-hinged rear doors and the rear-hinged Clubdoor on the right-hand side all create useful access. The rear side windows are opaque with polycarbonate sections and are painted in the car’s body colour. The rear doors feature heavily tinted glass making it difficult to see into the load compartment.

There isn’t any news that the MINI Clubvan Concept will become a reality but we believe it would be a hit, especially with the younger leisure audience or small business owner, if the entry price is competitive.

Published : 21/02/12 Author : Staff

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