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2011 MINI Clubman Cooper S Streetworker by Schmidt Revolution

Looking like a car that’s been worked on for eye candy purposes, this MINI Cooper Clubman S may be a looker at first glance, but it actually has more to it than just its aesthetic improvements.

The car was worked on by Schmidt Revolution and features enough design upgrades that would make other MINIs blush with envy. The car, aptly named the ‘StreetWorker’, already comes with an in-house John Cooper Works Aerodynamic package so that in-itself is already reason enough to enjoy this ride. But instead of settling on just that package, Schmidt Revolution add some more sizzle to an already steaming bowl of MINI goodness.

The tuning firm went to work on the car by adding a matte blue wrap with black accents. The suspension was also tinkered with, giving it a Streetec air suspension that allows the car to adjust its ride height either 60mm lower or 40mm higher than its standard format all through the push of some buttons.

But despite these changes, the car’s claim to uniqueness is the set of 18” Cirrus rims that comes with any 3D-shaped multiplex patterns in a variety of colors, be it matte blue, bright red, or even carbon black.

And if you thought that Schmidt Revolution’s work on the Clubman Cooper came sans any performance upgrades, you’ll be happy to know that the company went out of its way to tinker with the car’s turbocharged 1.6-liter engine, upping its output to 200 horsepower and 250 Nm of torque. The work on the engine now provides the car the power to hit a top speed of 137 mph as well.

We know that the car’s overall look may be an acquired taste for some – some might even cringe at it – but as far as we’re concerned, Schmidt Revolution’s work is ‘unique’ and ‘different’ in a good way. Kind of like how you would describe MINI.

Press Release after the jump.

Press Release

In a kind of competition from the Fiat 500, the Toyota IQ and others in its class, the Mini Cooper Clubman S prevailed with style and passion. In fact, the Schmidt Revolution, wheel manufacturer from Bad Segeberg, had taken on the task of providing a concept car with Urban Lifestyle tuning. With its Clubdoor, the engine and the concept of space, it is practically the perfect choice for this task.

MINI Clubman Cooper S Streetworker by Schmidt Revolution

The "genetically engineered" Mini, already equipped with a John Cooper Works Aerodynamic package, has been purchased in March 2010. With black xenon lamps including daytime running lights and after a performance increase to 200 hp and torque of 250 Nm - these two parameters allow the Clubman to reach a maximum speed of 220 km/h - the car is ready for city travel, at least for trips around the church tower.

The colors still harbored some problems in it, should the Mini yet actually be equipped with chrome foil. Rethinking was not easy for the men from A4M in Wuppertal; the BMW sprout has a matt blue car wrap, and then they returned back to immaculacy.

MINI Clubman Cooper S Streetworker by Schmidt Revolution

Street workers usually go a lot, so the "feet" and "shoes" require special attention The Cirrus wheels were decorated with colored multiplex material, so this fun car is never left unattended in city traffic. The really impressive 8Jx18H2 Cirrus rims have any of 3D-shaped multiplex patterns in matte blue; any tint of body color, from bright red to carbon black is possible at any style.

Cheap tires, causing annoying road noise, were changed with recapped 215/35R18 Conti tires, and the tire problem was solved. To allow for changing "obstacles" while impressive driving in city traffic, the concept car has a Streetec air suspension with press buttons which enables to adjust the height and make it 60 mm lower or 40 mm higher than the serial cars. The goal was to run over thresholds better and to park the Clubman easier.

Finally, it should also be mentioned that the spectacular rims are completely washable and thus are suitable for daily use.

So, that beautiful Urban Lifestyle can be a street worker...

MINI Clubman Cooper S Streetworker by Schmidt Revolution


14 comments:

What’s happening here? I often says that this car look classy and look better than fiat..Well, I guess I’m wrong! This car looks so ugly!

It looks heavy weight to me.. need to check how it runs on the road..

Its design looks unique to me ...let us see how it works in todays trend....

Oh no! Does the word "prevail" has already change meaning? Honestly, this car is one of those pointless car that was ever made in the history of cars! It doesn’t have a shape and I bet this car doesn’t know how to corner because if its heavy weight!

But in true BMW fashion, once you go crazy with the options the price also goes into crazy ville as well. I don’t understand what the point of this car is, as it’s really starting to stray from the Mini mission.

As I said the last time this was posted in the news section, a $35K, 3,200 lb Mini is the antithesis of the brand. Mini’s are supposed to be simple, inexpensive, small, light weight, super fun to drive cars.

The really impressive 8Jx18H2 Cirrus rims have any of 3D-shaped multiplex patterns in matte blue; any tint of body color, from bright red to carbon black is possible at any style.

The tuning firm went to work on the car by adding a matte blue wrap with black accents. This was invented in the last decades ago,based on image itself.

well it wasn’t imported to the United States, but it was relatively successful in Europe and the rest of the world.

That’s ironic, because the charm of Minis past is exactly what the Clubman aims to mine. The car takes its name from the shooting-brake-style Mini Clubman Estate wagon from the 1970s and early ’80s.

The suspension system was replaced with Streetec air suspension system that lowers the car by 60 mm or increase the ride height by 40 mm over the stock Cooper S.

Looks like a shrunk 335i, no good, don’t like it! I am still waiting to see a point of having the 1 series...

As a German I usually am proud of German engineering, but this thing is an abomination.

Its a STREETWORKER. I saw an INTERSTATEWORKER some years back on Interstate 10 in New Mexico. It was driven by a blond and a brunette running shotgun. Both appeared to be okay looking as they passed me at 80+.

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