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March 16, 2024

MINI Clubman Final Edition Arrives In The Philippines For P 3.85M

The Mini Clubman Final Edition has made its way to the Philippines. Autohub, the official distributor of Mini in the Philippines, is making just 10 units of the Mini Clubman Final Edition available in the country. Globally, only 1,969 units are made.

“It is truly an honor to launch the new Mini Clubman Final Edition, a car that has defined a generation of motoring inspiration and functionality,” said Willy Tee Ten, president of Mini Philippines. “With this limited edition, it is evident that exceptional quality can coexist with classic appeal and I am confident that our Mini family in the Philippines will embrace this timeless model with open arms.”

With its unique split rear door and 1,250 liters of luggage space, the Clubman remains one of the most versatile models in Mini’s line-up. As the Clubman Final Edition, it’s available in three colors: Nanuq White, Enigmatic Black, and Melting Silver with exterior details such as the surround and upper third of the radiator grille and crossbar finished in Shimmering Copper. The same goes for the “Blade” and side scuttles. The graphic pattern on the 18-inch light-alloy wheels is in a two-tone design finished in a tinted clear lacquer reminiscent of copper. At the back, the shimmering, “Final Edition” lettering indicates it as a special edition as does the “1 of 1969” badge on the side of the C-pillar.

Inside, the Mini Clubman Final Edition comes with special door sills with the words, “Final Edition.” The same is found on the lower spoke of the sports steering wheel which is finished in nappa leather. The Mini Yours leather sports seats with adjustable thigh support and sewn-in edition badge are finished in Dark Maroon. They are stylishly set off by an anthracite-colored Piquet fabric insert and blue contrasting stitching.

The central instrument cluster is finished in matte shimmering Sage Green Dark color and the edition-specific Shimmer Copper color. On the passenger side, a “1 of 1969” badge on the trim also reminds the interior of its exclusivity. A badge in the same design is also found on the floor mats and graphic lettering also characterizes the key cap.

The standard equipment includes an 8.8-inch touch display in the central instrument, and smartphone integration for using Apple CarPlay and other apps via the vehicle’s own control system. The latest generation of the Mini control system optimizes the options for fast and intuitive control of vehicle functions, audio program, communication, navigation, and apps.

Powering the Clubman Final Edition is the same Mini TwinPower Turbo engine found on the Cooper S variants of the Clubman. This makes for 189 horsepower at 5,000 to 6,000 rpm and 280 Nm at 1,350 to 4,600 rpm. The sole transmission is a 7-speed dual clutch.

The Mini Clubman Final Edition is priced at P 3.850-million.

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