MINI has lifted the curtain on the new all-wheel drive Clubman ALL4, that is slated to go on sale across the United States in April 2016.
It uses the same turbo-charged engines as the standard MINI Cooper Clubman and MINI Cooper S Clubman – a 1.5-liter 132hp three-cylinder and the 2.0-liter 186 hp four-cylinder engine. Both these motors can be paired with a 6-speed manual or 8-speed BMW Steptronic automatic transmission. The MINI Cooper Clubman ALL4 transmits power to the rear differential through an electro-hydraulic clutch, that works with the car’s Dynamic Stability Control and sends power to the rear wheels as and when it is required to improve handling and performance.
According to MINI, the Cooper S Clubman ALL4 does 0-60 mph in 6.6 seconds with the automatic transmission and 6.7 seconds with the manual. With the smaller three-cylinder engine and the eight-speed automatic, the Cooper Clubman ALL4 will hit 60 mph from a standstill in 9.2 seconds.
The only way to differentiate the ALL4 Cooper Clubman from the standard model is to look for the ALL4 badges at the bottom of the front door near the front wheel arches. Aside from that, there are no other design changes to mention.
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