The company’s Mini Electric or Mini Cooper SE outside the UK is the first fully electric vehicle ever made by them. This vehicle launched in 2020 with the drivetrain that the BMW i3 uses. The vehicle uses a 32.6 kWh battery and a motor that gives a power output of 181 hp and 199 lb-ft of torque. The vehicle has a front motor and front-wheel drive with a three-door hatchback body style. With a Single speed with fixed ratio transmission, the vehicle can reach a top speed of 93 mph. Two years after launching this vehicle, the company came up with a new concept of an electric vehicle. (Source: caranddriver.com)
Mini Aceman Concept
This new compact electric crossover expected to launch by the end of 2024. And will be a gap filler between the Mini hatchback and the Countryman SUV. The design of this vehicle has some traditional Mini cues like the short front and rear overhangs and a more muscular side profile. The wheel arches and doors get black cladding. The headlamps are most like triangular in shape different from the other Mini’s with round lamps.
Range & Power
There is no official information about the specifications of the battery and motors used. But the next generation Mini Electric expected to have a 40kWh battery for the Cooper with a 183hp and a 50kWh battery for Cooper S with a 224hp and approximately 250 miles range. This new Mini Aceman is also expected to have the same batteries and range.
Mini Aceman Concept Interior
This vehicle has a very minimalistic interior with a large circular OLED touchscreen and a toggle bar that has five controls. This electric vehicle gets more interior space, made possible by reducing the dashboard volume and the steering wheel bulk.