As its predecessor, the all-new MINI Clubman should be offered with a high-performance John Cooper Works variant.
This means the longest production MINI ever made will get the same engine from the JCW Hatch: a 2.0-liter turborcharged four-cylinder rated at 231PS (228hp) and 320Nm (236lb-ft) of torque. Given that the Clubman is heavier, it will probably need more than 6.1 seconds to go from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph).
Transmission will be either six-speed automatic or six-speed manual, while an electronic differential lock will be standard equipment. We should see other upgrades as well, including a sports exhaust system, sports suspensions, Brembo brakes and exclusive 17-inch wheels.
From a styling point of view, the JCW Clubman should get a similar package as the JCW Hatch, as exemplified in these renderings from Remco Meulendijk. Expect to see similar bumpers, the JCW grille, a hood scoop and more muscular door sills.