The Mini Clubman Final Edition marks the farewell for the wagon. The special model is limited to 1,969 units worldwide, which is a reference to the original's year of introduction. Out of that batch, 100 are allotted for the UK market.
Gallery: Mini Clubman Final Edition
The Final Edition is available in three colours: Nanuq White, Enigmatic Black, and Melting Silver. The body also gets Shimmer Copper trim on places like the grille surround and the stripes that adorn the bonnet, side, and rear. A "1 of 1969" badge is on the C-pillar. The 18-inch wheels have a copper-coloured face and black details.
As occupants enter this model, they see door sills with Final Edition branding. The bottom spoke of the Nappa-leather-covered steering wheel has the same emblem. The upholstery is a mix of brown and black. The seatbacks have an anthracite-coloured Piquet fabric insert. The central instrument panel has a mix of Sage Green Dark and Shimmer Copper trim. A "1 of 1969" badge is on the passenger side.
The original Mini Clubman was available between 1969 and 1981. Under BMW's ownership, Mini revived the estate in 2007 with an odd door arrangement with one on the left side, two on the right side, and a split opening at the back. A new generation arrived in 2015.
Mini is currently hard at work electrifying the brand's lineup. For example, there are new details available about the 2025 Aceman EV SUV. The base model has a single electric motor driving the front wheels and making 181 bhp. The 40-kilowatt-hour battery offers an estimated 186 miles of range in the WLTP cycle. The SE trim bumps the power output to 215 bhp and increases the battery capacity to 54 kWh for 249 miles of driving distance.
The larger Countryman EV launches in the first quarter of 2024, and some specs are already available. Buyers can get 54-kWh or 64-kWh battery packs. The base model has 188 bhp from a single motor, and the SE makes 268 bhp with two motors, providing all-wheel drive.
There are no details yet about the number of Clubman Final Editions heading to the United States. Motor1.com reached out to the automaker for more info. "We’re planning a US press release with market-specific details in a few weeks time once we have the info confirmed. For the moment this is a global announcement," a spokesperson told us. Despite that, in the UK the Clubman Final Edition is available to order now, priced at £37,000 OTR.