The Mini Clubman facelift has been spied in India ahead of its launch that could take place next year. A set of spy images that seem to have been taken at a BMW dealership reveal a partially camouflaged test-mule of the facelifted Clubman.
As seen in the spy images, the Mini Clubman facelift will receive a redesigned front and rear, seen here hiding behind the yellow coloured camouflage. The updated model was spied testing in 2018 prior to its reveal in April this year. These updates will arrive in the form of new elements including the grille, LED headlamps with matrix high beam, LED fog lights, alloy wheels, revised LED tail lights and the optional Union Jack inspired tail light design.
Inside, the facelifted Mini Clubman will come equipped with an updated touchscreen infotainment system with Mini Connect, new leather trims and interior surfaces and a range of new accessories. Also on offer will be a sports suspension setup, helping the model reduce the ride height by 10mm.
Powering the Mini Clubman facelift could be the same 2.0-litre, four-cylinder petrol engine that produces 189bhp and 280Nm of torque. This engine is likely to be paired to the eight-speed automatic transmission. Mini may launch the Clubman facelift early next year.