Because the company has released a Final Edition, the MINI Clubman appears to be at its end of the road. The Clubman Final Edition is distinguished stylistically by its exterior in Nanuq White, Enigmatic Black, or Melting Silver with contrasting Shimmer Copper accents, Final Edition lettering, two-tone wheels with copper flourishes, side scuttles from the 1969 Final Edition, and a "1 of 1969" badge on the C-pillar.
Dark Maroon leather sports seats with a fabric insert and blue contrast stitching give the interior a classy touch. The Final Edition badges on the door sill plates and the Nappa leather steering wheel are added to their number. Shimmer Copper trim, unique floor mats, and an emblem reading "1 of 1969" on the dashboard round out the highlights.
The model would be offered in both Cooper and Cooper S guise, according to MINI, who did not provide many other details. Also, the business hinted that it will be available with all-wheel drive and diesel engines, though this would seemingly depend on the market.
The Final Edition, created to celebrate their "extraordinary gentleman," will be produced in a total of 1,969 units worldwide as a homage to the year the Clubman was first released.
There is no word on pricing or availability in the United States at this time, but 100 units will be available in the United Kingdom, with prices starting at £37,000.