It is not every day we get to see a car with cues from a motorbike, but MINI has done so with its latest Clubman ALL4 Scrambler Concept, which takes its inspiration from the BMW R nineT Scrambler bike. The model was released in Italy to celebrate BMW`s 50 years of existence on the local market.
As we can depict from the pictures, the MINI Clubman ALL4 Scrambler Concept adopts a dark body theme, highlighted by the Midnight Frozen grey color and different matte silver accents. The carmaker has also added the silver trim on the grille surround, headlight surrounds, roof rack and window trimmings.
The extra headlights up front, the luggage case on the roof and the five-spoke alloy wheels fitted with chucky off-road rubbers provide the model with a much sportier and aggressive look.
Inside, the MINI Clubman ALL4 Scrambler Concept is highlighted by Nappa leather and Alcantara, adding the “Scrambler” badges on the seats.
Under the hood, the MINI Clubman ALL4 Scrambler Concept is packing a 2.0-liter turbo flat-four engine, with 141 kW and 280 Nm of torque, which is enough to sprint from 0 to 100 km/h in a good 6.9 seconds.
We are not sure if the company is planning to launch a production version, but we will find out more at Valentino Park Motor Show, where BMW Group will present the concept along with other new models within the group.