The current Clubman was launched in 2016 and is currently the oldest model in Mini's lineup.
The Mini Clubman is bound to get a mid-cycle refresh very soon. The updated car, while being tested, was spied on by our partner Quattroruote.
The updated Clubman prototype is seen here with thin camouflage, hinting that the car’s official reveal is not very far away. Rumours suggest that it might debut at this year’s Paris Motor Show.
The newly designed bumpers, in addition to the updated Mini logo, will likely be combined with reprofiled lights. At the rear, in particular, the tail lights seem to be thoroughly updated, but it is not possible to see from these spy photos if the Union Jack theme will be present there or not.
Updates will extend to the Clubman’s interior as well. In line with other new Mini models, there will likely be an updated steering wheel, a 6.5-inch infotainment screen and 3D customisation options.
Under the bonnet, the Clubman is expected to sport the new 3-cylinder, 1.5-litre petrol and diesel engines from the Mini hatchback. Then, the top-spec model will likely have a 2.0-litre petrol pumping 228bhp. Mini’s new 7-speed dual-clutch gearbox will also be introduced with the update.