2024 Mini Aceman Price, Motor, Battery, Range, Top Speed, 0-60 Mph & Features

Mini Aceman Specifications & Features

Mini’s engineering headquarters buzzes with an electrifying secret, and they’ve unveiled at least one aspect of this intrigue: the all-new 2024 Mini Aceman. This forthcoming all-electric four-door model is primed to fit neatly between the electric versions of the Cooper hatchback and the Countryman SUV. Both in terms of size and pricing. Mini has subtly acknowledged its existence in a brief mention within a press release for Cooper Electric. All indications suggest that it’s a tangible evolution of the previously showcased Aceman concept from 2022. Though details remain limited. We can make educated guesses by comparing it to other upcoming Mini EVs and foresee a range of at least 200 miles on a single charge. It’s likely to come in two versions: a front-drive single-motor variant and an ALL4 all-wheel-drive dual-motor Aceman. Expanding Mini’s electric lineup.

What’s New?

In the realm of fresh developments for 2024, the Mini Aceman stands as a brand-new addition. Contributing to the expanding lineup of Minis alongside the forthcoming Countryman and Cooper Electric models, according to the automaker’s pronouncements.

Mini Aceman Motor, Battery & Range

  • 2024 Mini Aceman
  • 2024 Mini Aceman

MINI unveiled a sneak peek of the compact electric crossover in a camouflaged prototype earlier this year. It concurrently revealed its intentions to offer the Aceman in two distinct flavors: E and SE. The entry-level iteration boasts 181 horsepower. Coupled with a 40-kWh battery that delivers a commendable 186 miles of range according to the WLTP cycle. On the other hand, the pricier variant takes it up a notch. Boasting a robust 215 horsepower and a more substantial 54-kWh pack, it ensures an impressive range of 249 miles.

Mini Aceman Dimensions

Mini Aceman DimensionsEstimated*
Length160.4 in
Height59 in
Wheelbase102.5 in
Cargo VolumeNA
Countryman Electric Dimensions

Introducing the Aceman, a forthcoming addition to MINI’s lineup. It’s set to be a five-door variant of the Cooper hatchback, with a slight rise in height, while the EV version of the Cooper will stick to its classic three-door design. It’s worth noting that there won’t be any overlap with the new Countryman, which has grown to the size of a compact car, rivaling the dimensions of the BMW X1/iX1. The Aceman marks an exciting milestone as MINI’s inaugural all-electric production car, setting the stage for the brand’s ambitious plans to transition entirely to electric vehicles by the close of this decade.


Mini Aceman TrimsPrice (USD)
Classic$33,000 (est)
Signature$36,000 (est)
Iconic$38,000 (est)
Aceman Price

Official pricing and trim information haven’t been announced yet, but we expect the Aceman to follow a similar structure to Cooper Electric and offer three levels of varying equipment.

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