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"Mini" is not really a word that I would use to describe the upcoming MINI Clubman. The last Clubman just didn't sell the way that MINI would have liked it to, but MINI is hoping that their second run at the model will produce better results.
Here we can see the new Clubman being tested in Sweden. The vehicle will ride on the new EKL1 platform developed by BMW. There are two doors on each side, and two hinged doors for the boot. Engines and transmissions will be shared with the new MINI hatch and will include 1.5-liter and 2.0-liter turbos, both petrol and diesel.
The spyshots show the Cooper S, but there will also be a Cooper and Cooper D version of the Clubman.