MINI Clubman Hyde Park makes its debut

Article by Christian Andrei, on April 19, 2012

The MINI Green Park was not the only special edition unveiled by the well-known British manufacturer owned by BMW AG, as the MINI Clubman Hyde Park also made its debut. The first visual impact with the car shows a discreet Pepper White body colour combined with Hot Chocolate contrasting paintwork, available for the first time, on the roof and exterior mirror caps.

The same Hot Chocolate colors is found on the bonnet and side stripes. A further facet of the MINI Clubman colour scheme are the lower sections of the C-pillar in body colour. The interior shows surfaces in Pepper White colour, while the seat upholstery and optional Colour Line draw on the entire range available to the MINI and MINI Clubman.

Just like the MINI Green Park, the Hyde Park is available worldwide in MINI and MINI Clubman body styles. Furthermore, the Hyde Park comes wit a choice of up to four engine variants: MINI Cooper and MINI Cooper Clubman with 122 hp, MINI Cooper D and MINI Cooper D Clubman (112 hp), MINI Cooper S and MINI Cooper S Clubman (184 hp) and the MINI Cooper SD and MINI Cooper SD Clubman (143 hp).

For those folks who don’t know, the Hyde Park spans 140 hectares and is famous for its Speakers’ Corner on the northeastern edge. The park is a haven for countless leisure activities in the centre of London and a green oasis that invites you to stroll between the shopping hot spots of Kensington and Oxford Street.

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