The new trim level slots in above the entry-level One trim but below the optional Chili Pack specification. It is marked out by piano black interior trim and black stripes, alloy wheels and mirror caps on the outside.
Inside, the Black Pack spec adds sat-nav, DAB, Bluetooth, cruise control and Mini’s connected service.
The Black Pack will be offered to British buyers only, and was designed specifically for the UK market. Unlike the formerly Spanish-market-only BMW M4 CS, which will now be sold in other markets following a Shanghai motor show reveal, there are no plans to take the Clubman Black Pack elsewhere.
Mini expects the Clubman Black Pack to account for around 10% of Clubman sales, and most of those are expected to add the Chili Pack to the car as well. The Chili Pack includes LED headlights, passenger seat height adjustment, rear parking sensors and upgraded upholstery materials.
A Mini spokesman revealed that Mini offers market-specific grades to multiple countries, which are tailor-made to the buying public of each. Global editions, such as the Mini Seven, are less common but do exist.
The Clubman Black Pack is available in Cooper and Cooper D forms and is priced from £21,430.