Mini appeared to have taken inspiration from motorcycles and off-roaders after the company recently revealed the Clubman ALL4 Scrambler. Made by the marque’s Italian division, the new concept blends the ruggedness of ‘Scrambler’ dirt bikes and the compact dimensions of the all-new Clubman.
Immediately apparent on the Mini concept are the chunky off-road tires and the increased ride height. Also present are the bumper-mounted auxiliary headlights, luggage roof rack and blacked-out wheel arches and bumpers. This allows the unique one-off to tackle the elements with ease.
The raised suspension unit and big off-road tyres wrapped around black alloy-wheels makes you want to grab the steering wheel and drive to glory on a challenging journey. The all-wheel drive vehicle gets large plastic cladding on the lower body parts and auxiliary lights on the front which instantly connects you to Mini rally cars.
The cute looking car with bad boy styling is not a bad proposition at all, hopefully Mini will work on taking this ahead of concept stage.
This brings under the hood a 2.0-liter TwinPower Turbo four-cylinder engine good for 189 horsepower and 207 pound-feet of torque. In the standard iteration it’s enough to reach 60 mph in 6.6 seconds and a flat-out maximum speed of 140 mph. The Clubman All4 Scrambler is expected to make its official public debut this week at the Valentino Park Motor Show.