Mini reveals its 2018 model year updates for the upmarket Clubman hatch.
The British car maker has added fresh tech to this year's upgrade with the highlight being the introduction of the previously optional Driver Assist package as standard.
Mini's Driver Assist package includes active safety systems such as autonomous emergency braking with forward collision warning, auto high beams and speed sign recognition.
Mid-tier Cooper S variants get additional adaptive cruise control and park assist with front park distance control.
Inside the Clubman scores Mini's Connected infotainment technology and upgraded navigation as standard across the range.
While top-spec John Cooper Works models gain Apple CarPlay connectivity and wireless phone charging.
Cosmetic changes to the Clubman range include 17-inch alloy wheels for the base Cooper and 18-inch light alloy wheels on the Cooper S.
Mini has given the Clubman a moderate price rise with the base Cooper now costing $36,900 before on-road costs (+$1100), the mid-tier Cooper S is priced from $44,900 (+$1000) and the perfromance focused JCW now costs $54,900 (+$1000).
The updated models are available from September, 2017.
2018 Mini Clubman prices
Cooper - $36,900 (+$1100)
Cooper S - $44,900 (+$1000)
Cooper JCW - $54,900 (+$1000)
*Prices exclude on-road costs