The British from Mini will bring the concept that anticipates the future Clubman to the Motor Show in Geneva.
Mini, the BMW owned brand, will undergo a dramatic change. After the new generation of the legendary hatchback called simply “Mini”, the British presents a new concept called Clubman, which will be exhibited at the Geneva Motor Show.
The new concept comes with an increased length of 26 inches and a width increased by about 17 inches as compared to the current generation. That translates into a higher level of interior space.
We notice a futuristic interior, inspired by the new hatchback from the Mini, but with some new elements. All analog clocks are replaced by digital displays and clocks showing speed tmp are mounted inside the wheel, as in a conventional car. Beyond that, we have no drastic changes. Let us remember that it’s a concept, so the production model will probably not benefit from the same changes.
The tremendous, round focus screen immediately transforms its functions based on upon what the driver is doing, and three flip switches underneath it could be altered to control any function that the driver wishes. A wide, adjusted focus support emphasizes an extensive red flip switch to begin the motor, and a stubby movement lever bested by an expansive, round handle.
Unlike other concepts, we have no assertion about the engines that will equip this new model.
Kay Segler, chief executive of BMW, will hold the position of president of Mini subsidiary. His place will be taken by Friedrich Nitschke, responsible for developing the Mini series.
BMW has issued a statement today officially announcing the changes at management level in the Division of Performance M. Kay Segler, CEO of BMW M GmbH will leave the performance division to deal with the destiny of the British Mini subsidiary. Segler will give way to Friedrich Nitschke, who will officially take office from 1 May this year.
Segler is not the first experience with the Mini, in 2004-2008 was president of the company beyond the English Channel. Segler is BMW Group in 1988.
Also comes with a strong experience and his replacement, Nitschke was responsible for the entire series Mini, thanks to their position within the development department. Like Segler, and Nitschke is present in the Bavarian group for many years, namely 1978.
Mini officials have issued a series of photographs Paceman concept. This will start the Auto Show in Detroit in January next year.
Mini British manufacturer presented a series of photographs Paceman concept, a potential rival to the Range Rover Evoque. It can be admired in the Detroit Auto Show that takes place between 10 and 23 January. Paceman Mini Countryman’s platform and use the brand as British officials, it has not yet received the green light to enter series production.
Mini Concept Paceman DNA has the British manufacturer, the weaving sportiness with versatility, masculinity and design of a coupe. In the front lamp units Paceman received the same classic British manufacturer. Also, the grid was slightly restyled and given a chrome strip around it.
At the rear, slightly elongated bar and new bumper design provides a male and a much more dynamic. Under the hood, Mini Paceman received a 1.6-liter turbo kit along with John Cooper Works performance capable of producing 207 hp and develops a torque of 280 Nm.