MINI Italy has unveiled the Clubman ALL4 Scrambler concept, a beefed up version of the latest Clubman.
The concept’s Italian designers styled it after BMW’s R nineT Scrambler dirt bike – a rugged off-road motorcycle with a 1.2L 2-cylinder boxer engine. That said, the Clubman ALL4 Scrambler sports big off-road-ready tires, blacked-out bumpers and fender flares. It also has an extra set of headlights up front, a luggage roof rack, and the same Frozen Grey paintwork that’s found on the said motorcycle.
Its ride height was even jacked up by a few notches so it could drive on varied road conditions.
As for the interior, the Clubman ALL4 Scrambler concept flaunts a premium combination of Nappa leather and Alcantara fabric materials. Its motif invites with a bright shade of Caramel hue and Black accents that serve to balance the theme.
Aside from those and the Scrambler logos on the seat backrests, almost all of the latest Clubman’s interior features are kept intact. These include the 3-spoke steering wheel, the huge round center dash infotainment display cluster, and the rotary and toggle switches.
Not much information was given with regard to the car’s performance rating. But it could be powered by a 2.0L TwinPower Turbo gasoline engine that puts out 192 hp and 280 Nm of torque, the same engine that runs the latest Clubman Cooper S.
Of note, MINI hasn’t announced yet about whether or not they’d proceed with the Clubman ALL4 Scrambler Concept’s production.
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