Cars have got bigger over the years, there is no two ways about it. The increase in size comes not only from the customers demand for more practically, but also better crash protection. Once upon a time a Mini was so called because it was actually miniature in scale, however, the latest generation is huge in comparison to the original. The estate variant, the Clubman, is obviously even larger. For the Geneva motor show it is the Clubman that will be Mini’s focal point. Mini Clubman Concept is a not so mini Mini.
This 2014 Mini Clubman Concept is a preview of the all-new car that will be on sale later this year. The concept very closely resembles the finished design with four conventional doors, as opposed to the previous generations single rear suicide door, although it does retain its split rear doors. Making its début at the Geneva motor show, the new Mini Clubman Concept is actually longer and wider than Mini’s largest model on sale today, the Countryman. Boasting all of the new styling changes seen in the hatchback, the Clubman aims to be more practical and efficient than its predecessor.