A revised version of the Mini Clubman has been unveiled. 

The new-look model gets exterior styling changes including an extended front grille and revised headlights.

Three equipment grades are available – Classic, Sport and Exclusive – with standard equipment on all models including sat-nav with live traffic information, Apple Carplay connectivity, rain-sensing wipers, automatic headlights, connected services and the Mini Excitement pack (which includes a projecting Mini logo, illuminated door handles and LED mood light). 

There are three engine options: a 136hp petrol, a 192hp petrol and a 150hp diesel, available in model variants branded Cooper, Cooper S and Cooper D respectively.

Six-speed manual transmission is standard, while seven-speed automatic transmission is optional with the petrols. 

Provisional combined fuel economy figures are: 49.6-50.4mpg for the 136hp petrol; 43.5-44.1mpg for the 192hp petrol; and 64.2-65.7mpg for the diesel. CO2 emissions are 129-127g/km, 147-145g/km, and 114-113g/km respectively. 

The facelifted Clubman goes on sale this month, with prices starting at £21,200.