The second-generation Mini Clubman has been launched in India and it will be sharing showroom space with the Mini 3-door, 5-door, Convertible and Countryman models in dealerships across the country. It’s going to be a one model-one trim plan for the lifestyle vehicle as far as BMW’s sales and marketing agenda is concerned. The Mini Clubman will be imported as CBU in Cooper S trim which is powered by a petrol engine. Priced at Rs. 37.9 lakh (ex-showroom), this is the priciest car in Mini’s India line-up.A 192bhp, 2.0-litre turbo-petrol engine paired with an eight-speed automatic gearbox is the what runs and leashes the Clubman. Standard features include LED headlamps, drive modes, infotainment system, sports seats, rear parking sensors, auto climate control, 17-inch alloy wheels, airbags, ABS and stability control. There are a host of add-on features as well which can be opted for while placing the order.The signature design feature of the Mini Clubman is its split two-door boot design, called “barn doors”. Another specialty is that the second-generation Clubman has been built on the UKL platform. Mini will be shifting all its cars to the new platform soon with the Countryman being the only car in in the manufacturer’s current line-up in India to feature the old platform.