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With this car, Mini fills a gap

With this car, Mini fills a gap

With the generation change in 2023, there will be a gap in the model range in the Mini. This new model should close from 2024.

new models? There hasn’t been much going on at the Mini in this regard in recent years. A few weeks ago, we were able to marvel at an electrified version of the convertible, which probably won’t go into series production in this model generation, but rather in 2025 at the earliest.

However, starting next year, full throttle is the order of the day: With China’s Great Wall Motors, Mini has developed an electric platform on which future models will be based.

The new three door has again become small in the truest sense of the word, but the size of the citizen is growing. So there’s a space in between for another model series from 2024. A study of the Aceman crossover gives a forward look.

New look and look for Mini Aceman

The five-door Aceman is designed with a slightly higher ground clearance and is 4.05 meters long, 1.99 meters wide and 1.59 meters high. However, with space-saving electrical engineering in the car’s floor, it should provide more passenger space than the current Countryman.

In addition to the new look, the British company BMW also introduces a new design language: the face of the brand has been revised. The Aceman has a sharp appearance, but is still immediately recognizable as a small machine.

There is an update inside

Inside, the British are essentially advertising their new infotainment system in the study. Just as before, this is based on a circular screen in the middle of the dashboard. But now it’s full surface and frameless. The British are also experimenting with new and changing storage systems and a sustainable selection of materials that in the future will be able to do without leather.

Mini has not yet made any statements about the technology. However, a few months ago, the British announced the main data of the successor to the three-door model, which was built on the same platform. It will be available in two versions: Mini Cooper E with 185 hp and 40 kWh battery with a standard range of 300 km or Cooper SE with 225 hp and 50 kWh. This should then be possible up to 400 km. Similar values ​​can also be expected for Aceman.