Mini Clubman Hampton To Star at 2011 Geneva Auto Show

2011 Geneva Auto Show


  • Mini Clubman Hampton Picture

    Mini Clubman Hampton Picture

    Mini is presenting a new limited-edition package on all versions of the Clubman, in part to demonstrate the new Mini Yours line of accessories. | February 03, 2011

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2011 Geneva Auto Show

Just the Facts:
  • Mini is presenting a new limited-edition package on all versions of the Clubman, in part to demonstrate the new Mini Yours line of accessories.
  • The Mini Clubman Hampton is painted Reef Blue Metallic.
  • Mini says production of the Clubman Hampton will be limited to one year.

OXFORD, England — At the upcoming 2011 Geneva Auto Show, Mini is presenting a new limited-edition package on all versions of the Clubman, in part to demonstrate the new Mini Yours line of accessories. The exclusive Mini Clubman Hampton will be produced for only one year, the company said.

Mini says the Clubman Hampton was inspired by the London suburb of the same name (not the tony Long Island neighborhood). The car is painted Reef Blue Metallic, with a silver roof and rear-door surrounds. Among the optional exterior colors are Pepper White, Midnight Black and Eclipse Gray, with Reed Blue and Black as the contrasting colors for the roof and C-pillars.

The light-alloy wheels feature a twin-blade spoke design and can be ordered in silver or black with a dark-red trim ring. The optional xenon headlamps come with black reflectors.

You'll find Hampton lettering and H-logos here and there, including on the B-pillar, the radiator grille, the side-indicator surrounds, the door sills and the seats.

In addition, the black "lounge leather" seats feature orange contrast stitching and red edging, while the tach and speedo dials are rendered in anthracite, as is the headliner.

Standard equipment includes a leather-wrapped sport steering wheel, automatic climate control, onboard computer, light package, storage package and velour floor mats.

Edmunds.com says: A rolling display of Mini accessories that's worth a second look on the Geneva show floor. — Paul Lienert, Correspondent

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