Mini’s first commercial vehicle, the Mini Clubvan, has been revealed in production form, offering “trend-conscious commercial users” a premium compact delivery van combining the brand’s trademark personality and driving enjoyment characteristics. Initially unveiled as a concept at the 2012 Geneva motor show in March, the Mini Clubvan will become the seventh model in the UK-based, BMW-owned manufacturer’s line-up when it goes on sale in Europe in the northern autumn (September-November). Mini Australia has confirmed the Clubvan will not join its local line-up at this stage, however, with demand for the compact van not believed to be great enough to satisfy a business case for its introduction.
The 3.96m Clubvan shares its exterior dimensions with the existing Mini Clubman, retaining its unique five-door layout with two at the front, a rear-hinged ‘club door’ on the right side and twin barn doors at the rear, but replacing its rear seats with a flat loading space. A fixed partition behind the front seats divides the passenger compartment from the load area, which can be accessed either from the club door or from the rear.
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