BMW owned British automaker, MINI, has now revealed its MINI Clubman Bond Street ahead of its debut at the 2013 Geneva Motor show. The Clubman Bond Street has taken its inspiration from the famous street in London. The MINI has already sold Bayswater, Baker and Camden special editions in the past that were also named along the streets of London.
The new vehicle displays the inherent practicality and superb dynamics of the Clubman, with the unique interior and exterior that shows the style of the upmarket street of London. Production will start in March 2013 and will be available for the limited period only.
The MINI Clubman Bond Street is revealed in the distinctive Midnight black Metallic colour along with the contrasting roof, mirror caps and bonnet stripes. Distinctive light alloys further makes it stand apart, a twin spoke 17” design in black with a cool trim ring around their edge. Further side indicators have been embedded with the ‘Bond Street’.
Interiors possess with leather sports seats with carbon black contrast stitching. The instrument panel has also been provided with the Black and carbon black leather. The Chrome line interior package provides extra ambience to the highly distinctive and premium cabin.
The new limited edition model offers a series of standard equipment including front fog lamps, chrome line exterior packages, on-board computer, climate control, USB, Bluetooth, automatic headlamps and rain sensors.
As with MINI, customers can also enhance their experience with the extensive series of options that increases comfort, design and technology. The MINI Clubman Bond Street is available with the four engine trim, that comprises of two petrol engine and two diesel trims; MINI Cooper with 122hp, MINI Cooper S with 184hp, MINI Cooper D with 112hp and MINI Cooper SD with 143hp. All engine trims are coupled with six-speed manual and six speed automatic gearbox as an option.