BMW Mini Clubman
In September 2007, the Mini Clubman was on the IAA in Frankfurt. The "Clubman" is 24 inches longer than the base model and has an 8-inch longer wheelbase.
A characteristic feature of the Clubman are the "Club Door" on the passenger side (entry easier in the rear) and the "Split Door" (double-wing rear door. with 260-930 liters of cargo space provides the Clubman advantage over the models of Hatch (160-680 liters), Convertible (125/170/660 liters) and coupe (280 liters), and the Countryman exceeded (350-1170 liters). The rear seat can either be split or folded completely in one version and are available on request.
Four interior colors and five variants of the "color line" can be combined with each other in the interior. The Clubman comes as standard with six airbags and operates in over 40 different exterior paint combinations.
BMW Mini Countryman
The Mini Countryman (internal designation: R60) is the fourth model of the brand Mini. The five-door vehicle is about four meters long and has space for four or five people. As an optional for the Cooper D and Cooper S ALL4, four-wheel drive is available.
The concept vehicle of the Countryman, the Mini Crossover Concept was shown at the Mondial de l'Automobile in October 2008 presented to the public. The launch of the Countryman was on 18 September, 2010 in the international market.
The term "Countryman" is based on the Austin Mini back and it was there the name of the three-door station wagon was born.