The style and passion of the Mini Cooper Clubman S make it stand out when compared to rivals such as the Fiat 500 and the Toyota IQ. The Schmidt Revolution, the wheel manufacturer from Bad Segeberg, wanted to give Urban Lifestyle tuning to a concept car. This model is ideal for this project due to its Clubdoor, the engine and the concept of space.
The "genetically engineered" Mini, which is already offered with a John Cooper Works Aerodynamic package, was bought in March 2010. The Clubman features black xenon lamps including daytime running lights and its performance was enhanced to 200 hp and torque of 250 Nm, enabling it to reach a top speed of 220 km/h.
This indicates that the car can now be used for city travel. The colors will prove to be an issue if the Mini is equipped with chrome foil. The team from A4M in Wuppertal didn’t have an easy time at creating the package.
The BMW product has a matt blue car wrap, and then they had to go back to immaculacy. Special attention was given to the Cirrus wheels, which were decorated with colored multiplex material. The 8Jx18H2 Cirrus rims feature any of 3D-shaped multiplex patterns in matte blue; any tint of body color, from bright red to carbon black is possible at any style.
To eliminate the tire noise, recapped 215/35R18 Conti tires were used instead. The concept car is equipped with Streetec air suspension with press buttons which allow them to adjust the height and make it 60 mm lower or 40 mm higher than the serial cars.
This enables the driver to easily overcome obstacles especially in city traffic. The Clubman can now run over thresholds better and it can be parked easier.