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Special edition is limited to 1969 units worldwide with 100 available in the UK

The Mini Clubman has gained a limited-run Final Edition specification, which celebrates the British firm’s shooting brake-styled model with a unique design, some 16 years after the moniker’s revival. 

On sale in the UK now priced at £37,000, the Mini Clubman Final Edition is restricted to 1969 units worldwide, with 100 available for buyers in the UK.  

The Clubman Final Edition is based on the Clubman’s Cooper S specification level and is powered by a 2.0-litre four-cylinder petrol engine producing 176bhp.

Like the standard Clubman Cooper S, it completes the 0-62mph sprint in 7.2sec and has a top speed of 142mph. It sits on 18in wheels that have a bespoke Final Edition design. 

Equipment for the Clubman Final Edition is based on the Cooper S in Exclusive trim, with an 8.8in touchscreen, sat-nav, Apple CarPlay, a reversing camera, parking sensors and a premium sound system included as standard.

However, the Final Edition stands out over other Clubman trim levels thanks to the addition of copper-coloured design features, seen on the grille surrounds, side scuttles and rear blades, alloy wheels and in the form of a four-stripe decal that runs down the side of the car.

Inside, the Clubman is equipped with a panoramic sunroof matched with rear privacy glass, while a dark dashboard features green-and-copper-coloured trim. A nappa leather steering wheel is also finished with a ‘Final Edition emblem, which is also seen on the seats.

The passenger side of the cabin features a badge reading ‘1 of 1969, which pays homage to the original Clubman produced by British Leyland in that year.

It won’t be long until the Mini Clubman ceases production for good. The BMW-owned car maker revealed its effective replacement, the all-electric Mini Aceman, last month. 

The Aceman, a five-door crossover, is expected to become the firm’s best-selling vehicle after it goes on sale in 2025, filling the gap between the Mini Cooper hatchback and the larger Mini Countryman SUV. 


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catnip 22 March 2023

Its a shame the Clubman is going, it was something different in a landscape full of Golfs and SUVs. In the right spec and colour it could look pretty good, unfortunately dark blue and rose gold isnt one of them.

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ianp55 22 March 2023

This is nothing but a run out special,  Ford used to be the master's at this,put some extras as standard such a special colour and interior fabric sunroof and wheels slap some pinstriping down the side, Mini have just done the same,the Clubman hasn't been one of their most succesful model lines,good luck in flogging this for £37k