Characterized as being the world’s first Sports Activity Coupe in the premium small and compact vehicle segment, the new Paceman “symbolizes the innovative combination of go-kart feeling on the road and enhanced versatility through optional all-wheel drive.” Mini enhances this attributes further on with two videos of the Paceman.
Even if the public will see it as a Countryman with less doors, Mini wants the Paceman to be more than just a body version. Redesigned from the A-pillars to the C-pillars, the new model adopts a new profile, with a much sleeker roofline and a raked rear tailgate. The ground clearance is 13 mm lower, even if the car it is now 20 mm longer than the current Countryman.
The new Paceman will be offered with a choice of two petrol and two gasoline engines, with outputs ranging from 112 to 184 horsepower, found on the top Cooper S version.