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Mini Aceman, the compact electric crossover debuts in Beijing

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Mini Aceman, the compact electric crossover debuts in Beijing

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Mini Aceman is shown to the general public at the 2024 Beijing Motor Show, underlining the English brand’s attention to the Chinese market. Presented in a fully electric version, the Aceman is a compact crossover lasting more than four months which will be positioned in the range between the Cooper and the recent new Countryman.

New Mini Aceman, dimensions and interiors

How long is the Mini Aceman? The electric crossover declares a length of 4.07 meters, a width of 1.75 meters and a height of 1.50 meters. Characterized by a style that follows the new direction of the British manufacturer, owned by the BMW group, the Aceman will stand out starting from the front with its strong lines, the angular LED headlights, the short overhangs, the contrasting roof and the the inevitable English flag made with the LEDs of the rear light clusters. Available in combination with 17 to 19 inch alloy wheels, it features standard roof bars which underline its “practical” side. Available in four different versions, the Jcw setup will not be missing, synonymous with tradition and sportiness. On board we find the solutions already appreciated on the Cooper and Countryman, starting from the large 240 mm OLED round touchscreen central screen from which to manage the Mini Operating System 9 infotainment system. The Aceman also features luminous projections on the dashboard and the long list of graphic, driving and sound customizations. As for the load capacity, the Aceman declares a volume from 300 liters to 1,005 litres.

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Mini Aceman, all the photos of the electric crossover

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Electric Mini Aceman, autonomous engines

Two versions are expected on the market in combination with the Aceman range. We will start from the Mini Aceman E with 42.5 kWh battery, 135 kW (184 horsepower) electric motor, 290 Nm of maximum torque, 7.9 seconds from 0 to 100 km/h, 160 km of top speed and 310 kilometers of autonomy with Wltp approval. Moving on to the more powerful Mini Aceman Se, the battery grows to 54.2 kWh, power to 160 kW (218 horsepower), 7.1 seconds from 0 to 100 km/h, 170 km top speed and 406 kilometers of autonomy with WLTP approval. As regards direct current charging, it reaches 11 kW and alternating current 75 kW for the Aceman E and 95 kW for the Aceman Se. Using an HPC socket, it will take approximately 30 minutes to go from 10 to 80% charge.

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