Clubman Hampton announced alongside a new JCW tuning kit for rest of the range
2 February 2011

Mini is launching a special-edition Clubman Hampton to promote a new customisation scheme, called Mini Yours.

Mini Yours offers a range of unique exterior and interior options, including ‘unusual’ paint finishes, upholstery variants and interior colours, special equipment packages and limited edition,s including the Clubman Hampton revealed here.

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The model gets a new shade of metallic blue paint, a silver roof and twin-blade alloy wheels. Inside, there’s red edging and orange contrast stitching on the seats, anthracite-coloured roof liner and dials, and the Chilli Pack as standard.

The Clubman Hampton is available with all engines, apart from the JCW, and is in production for 12 months.

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As well as the Clubman Hampton and Cooper SD models launched today, Mini has also revealed details of a John Cooper Works Pack for the Mini and Mini Convertible and a John Cooper Works Tuning Kit for the Mini Cooper S.

The JCW pack adds an aerodynamics package, a revised front grille, a new rear bumper, extra trim detailing and 17-inch alloys. Traction control and an electronic differential lock control are also added, while interior upgrades include a JCW sports leather steering wheel and a JCW gear knob for manual cars.

The pack is available on all Mini and Mini Convertible engine variants and will arrive in the second quarter of 2011.

The retro-fit John Cooper Works Tuning Kit for Cooper S models adds more power to the twin-scroll turbo engine thanks to ECU tweaks and a new air filter. Power is increased by 16bhp to 197bhp, while torque is as much as 199lb ft with an overboost function. JCW Tuning Kit-equipped Cooper S models can get from 0-62mph in 6.8sec and on to a top speed of 145mph.

It is available as a retro-fit for all Cooper S models equipped with a manual gearbox produced since March 2010.

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