There's nothing really innovative or interesting, for that matter, about the Clubvan as the conversion from passenger model to van is pretty straightforward with Mini simply eliminating the rear seat bench and boot floor to create a continuous loading area.
Mini's designer also added a partition to separate and safeguard the front passengers from the cargo area and covered up the rear side windows. Other than that, there are no differences between Mini's breadvan study and the regular Clubman.
It remains to be seen if the British company will introduce a production version of the Clubvan.
Photos: MINI via Germancarscene