Just like its smaller sibling, the Mini Cooper Clubman also comes in S trim. That means more horsepower and a bit of pulse-quickening by way of the company's latest, twin-scroll turbocharged, direct-injected four. In Euro spec, the Mini Cooper S-peedy five-door's sporting the same 175 horsepower and 177 lb-ft of torque as the Cooper S, with a temporary 192 lb-ft via overboost during balls-out acceleration. That gives the Clubman S-exyBack a zero-to-60 time of 7.6 seconds and a top speed of 139 mph. The tradeoff is in fuel economy, though the S Clubman still manages a company-reported 42.79 miles per the UK's larger Imperial gallons. That's none too shabby for a S-porty little five-door with room in the boot for duffel bags full of human heads, or sundries from Debenhams. Your choice.