Clubman Concept Shows Up in Geneva, Described as a "Cool Uncle"
Mar 06, 2014 13:42
The Clubman concept showed up at the Geneva motor show and it will be the longest production car ever to wear a MINI badge. It measures over 4.2 meters of 13.9 ft and its new six door design and visibly stretched wheelbase makes the car much longer looking.
Styling chief, Christopher Weil said they wanted to make the car appear more muscular then the almost utilitarian five door it replaces. They even go as far as to call it a "cool uncle".
The show car features luxurious soft Nappa leather and chalk wood that will be replaced by similar looking but cheaper alternatives. Check out more pictures in the gallery:
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