The identity and trademark driving fun of the MINI brand is going to a radical new gathering of clients with the dispatch of the new MINI Clubvan. Making its worldwide debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, the world's first premium reduced conveyance van has five entryways, yet just two seats. That implies remarkable levels of common sense and capacity, making it the ideal new individual from the group for any business with an eye for style.
Inside, the cargo area stretches back 115 cm and, even at its narrowest point just behind the rear doors, is 102 cm wide. With the bulkhead to protect the driver and/or passenger, it can be loaded right to the roof which measures 84cm at its highest point. That means 860 litres of space and a maximum payload capacity of 500 kg.
The load floor is completely flat for ease-of-use, and both it and the side walls are trimmed in high-quality upholstery. Above, an anthracite roof liner runs the full length of the vehicle. Six heavy duty attachment loops are recessed into the floor at the sides to help prevent cargo from moving around in transit, while multiple 12-volt sockets can be used to power electrical equipment.
In common with all MINIs, the Clubvan will offer owners outstanding driving dynamics. Featuring powertrain and chassis technology from the Clubman, it comes with powerful and efficient four-cylinder engines. Three versions will be available; the 72 kW/98 hp MINI One Clubvan, the 90 kW/122 hp MINI Cooper Clubvan and the 82 kW/112 hp MINI Cooper D Clubvan. All come with MINI's familiar front-wheel-drive set-up, Electric Power Steering, MacPherson strut front suspension, multi-link rear suspension and powerful brakes. A six-speed manual transmission is standard, but an optional six-speed automatic transmission is also available.
The MINI Clubvan is accessible in four outside hues - Pepper White, Ice Blue, British Racing Green metallic and Midnight Black metallic. The rooftop, back side window region, C-columns and outside mirror tops are body-shaded on all adaptations. The standard 15-inch Delta-talked composite wheels, which are elite to the MINI Clubvan, can be supplanted by option 15, 16 or 17-inch compound wheel outlines.
Inside, dark seats with Cosmos fabric upholstery, a dark inside shading plan and Fine White Silver trim strips are standard. The detail has been precisely thought to be with regards to the utilitarian and down to earth character of the vehicle. Be that as it may, the inside can be redone to suit singular necessities. Alternatives incorporate dark games seats, which are accessible in Ray Cloth/Leather, Punch Leather or Lounge Leather.
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