NEXT-GEN MINI CLUBMAN: The new Mini Clubman will sport front-hinged rear doors instead of the rear-hinged, half-door of the first generation. Image: Automedia
MUNICH, Germany - Mini’s Cabriolet and Clubman have been spotted undergoing testing in Munich, Germany.
Despite the camouflage, spy images reveal significant changes to the convertible version of the third-generation new Mini.
The new unit can be seen with a conventional canvas top and will share overall looks, engines and underpinnings with the Mini Cooper.
SPOTTED IN ACTION
Mini is also testing its next-generation Clubman.
IMAGE GALLERY: 2015 Mini Cabriolet
IMAGE GALLERY: 2015 Min Clubman
The most striking change is the size of the car which has clearly grown for the new generation - especially in width.
Overall length has been extended to make room for the front-hinged rear doors as opposed to the rear-hinged, half-door seen in the first generation.
Engines will be borrowed from the Cooper which will include the two-litre turbo.