At the auto show in Turin Valentino Park, which opened on June 8, 2016, the Italian division of the MINI company presented to the public a concept version of the Clubman hatchback, created in honor of the motorcycle BMW R nineT Scrambler. Being built on the basis of “heated” all-wheel drive version of the MINI Clubman S ALL4, the novelty has received a number of external improvements in the retro style. Thus, the body of the car is painted in a special color, and its wheels shod in off-road tires. In addition, the hatchback has received two additional lights on the grille, as well as securing luggage on the roof. Concept Salon made in the same color as the seat Scrambler motorcycle. To trim hatchback seats used leather and Alcantara. In addition, the backside of the front flaunts the name of the motorcycle. Information about the technical stuffing of the prototype is not, however, assumed that the movement of the machine results in a standard 2.0-liter gasoline turbo engine capacity of 192 hp.