MINI Clubman Bond Street: It’s another MINI Special EditionThu, 24 Jan 2013
The MINI Clubman Bond Street, named after London’s Bond Street Shopping district, has been revealed ahead of a Geneva 2013 debut.
As has been MINI’s strategy for a while, all MINI Special Editions are named after London districts, this time one of London’s shopping areas – Bond Street – and nothing to do with James Bond (much as MINI might have liked to find a 007 connection).
The MINI Clubman Bond Street gets the usual special edition fare of custom paint job – this time Midnight Black with Cool Champagne highlights – a set of stripes, black twin-spoke alloys with Champagne centres and ‘Bond Street’ on the side indicator surrounds and sills.
Inside there’s more black and Champagne, with Carbon Black leather lounge seats with Champagne piping and stitching, leather covered dash with carbon black inserts and Champagne trim and the the Chrome Line interior package.
Standard equipment includes Climate, Bluetooth, auto lights and wipers, lighting package and storage package.
The Clubman Bond Street comes in a choice of four models, with the MINI Cooper Clubman Bond Street at £20,275, Cooper D Clubman Bond Street at £21,625, Cooper S Clubman Bond Street at £23,335 and Cooper SD Clubman Bond Street at £24,045.
The MINI Clubman Bond Street will debut at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, go in to production in March and be produced in limited numbers.
So if you just must have the MINI Clubman Bond Street you’d better pop off to your nearest MINI showroom asap.
By Cars UK