Mini Clubvan Concept Geneva Motor Show 2012. A utility Mini, is it reasonable? For the English brand, the answer is yes because Mini will present a new concept car in the Geneva Motor Show 2012, taking the form of a true utility vehicle.
The BMW Group has provided the new for its Mini brand to the Geneva Motor show. The English manufacturer will still present a concept car, much less funky, more rational than usual style studies of the mark.
This time, the idea is simply to turn a Mini Clubvan in a genuine utility vehicle. The Clubvan concept is therefore logically the traits of a Clubvan but rear Windows disappear, like the back seat.
The Clubvan plays 100% utility with a more discrete exterior finishing card, especially in this shade of dark green body typically English. Note a significantly greater rear volume and the installation of a grid to separate the trunk of the front seats. The third is lateral (side right) rest presents and keeps its antagonist opening.
Bet that this concept car will remain very close to the final version if Mini decides to validate its marketing. So, why buy a Mini utility? Probably for those who want a rewarding image product, even to deliver the goods.