The MINI's Cooper lineup is never short on options. Offered in a variety of body styles from Coupe to Countryman, MINI aims to offer a fun experience for all drivers. The most recent newcomer to the stage is the MINI Clubman ALL4, which was unveiled earlier this week.  


Clubman buyers will have the option of two engines, a 134 horsepower turbocharged 1.5-liter in the base or a 189 horsepower turbocharged 2.0-liter in the S version. A manual transmission is still standard for enthusiasts, while an available 8-speed automatic option can also be fitted to the models. MINI’s all-wheel drive system, better known as ALL4, is now available on the Clubman and will be offered across the brand's entire range in the United States. 


The S model makes the sprint to 60 mph in just over six seconds with the base model crossing the same threshold in a little over nine seconds. A John Cooper Works model will be available later in the year for those looking for a bit more performance.