Mini has announced that it will discontinue the Clubman model, with no plans for a new generation. The Clubman will soon be phased out when production of the current generation is completed. Stefanie Wurst, the head of Mini, justified this decision by stating that Mini is transitioning to a simpler and electrified lineup.
The new Mini Countryman will serve as the indirect replacement for the Clubman. Mini will also introduce a smaller crossover, the Aceman, to its lineup.
Regarding the JCW (John Cooper Works) version of the new Countryman, it features new bumpers, a new grille, red accents, quad exhaust tips, new wheels, red brake calipers, and updated interior trim. However, specific details about the power output of the 2.0-liter turbocharged engine have not been revealed by Mini.