MINI Clubman is getting harder and harder to understand. They just unveiled the Clubman Bond Street, named after a prestigious shopping destination in London, featuring exclusive and stylish appointments inside and out.
Set for debut at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, the Clubman Bond Street is apparently aimed at young and fashion-aware delivery men who are in the business of moving small objects. I’m sorry, but it just doesn’t make sense this car.
Anyway, the Clubman Bond features a Midnight Black metallic paintwork with the Cool Champagne contrast colour for the roof, exterior mirror caps, lower sections of the C-pillars and bonnet stripes. It also gets exclusive 17-inch light-alloy wheels in Twin Spoke Black.
Highlights of the interior include Lounge Leather sports seats in Carbon Black with piping and stitching in Deep Champagne, and a leather-covered instrument panel in Black/Carbon Black, leather trim for the Colour Line and armrests with contrast stitching in Deep Champagne, floor mats with black piping and contrast stitching.
As with all special edition MINIs, this one too benefits from a long list of standard equipment, including climate control, an onboard computer, the Sport Button, a rain sensor with automatic headlamp activation, a leather steering wheel with multifunction buttons and cruise control, and height adjustment for the front passenger seat.
As for the engines, there are four different variants: 90 kW/122 hp MINI Cooper Clubman, MINI Cooper D Clubman (82 kW/112 hp), MINI Cooper S Clubman (135 kW/184 hp) and MINI Cooper SD Clubman (105 kW/143 hp).