The Mini Clubman concept was unveiled at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show with its six-door concept and now, the BMW subsidiary plant is aiming towards a 7-seat vehicle.
The Clubman concept unveiled at the Swiss event is longer than the Countryman crossover with around 4.4-inches and also wider with a little two-inches.
The chief at the design department Anders Warming, stated that those are the standard limits imposed for the upcoming Mini Clubman, which will be sporting 7 seats, based on the Countryman model.
The Countryman remains the company`s big brother, as Warming also mentions that the new Clubman will be as big as it should be for a parking lot anywhere in the world.
This is actually an official response to the rumors being launched back in November, stating that the BMW subsidiary would come up with a bigger Mini than the average size.
The company has already changed its sizing policies, coming with bigger Minis now, but the subsidiary doesn’t rule out the possibility of developing a smaller version the Rocketman concept for instance.
With this in mind, the manufacturer is trying to bring back the original “mini” cars to the audience, as a recall of the old time`s sake.