Mini is primed to launch the Aceman – its first new model name in 10 years – as a small electric crossover to fill the gap between the flagship Mini hatchback and Mini Countryman SUV.

Due on sale in 2024, the Mini Aceman is a clean-sheet design and the second in a series of EVs using Mini’s Spotlight platform, developed by BMW and Chinese partner Great Wall Motors.


Sightings of the model have previously been slim, but it has now been photographed on public roads for the first time undergoing a phase of testing near BMW’s research and development centre in Munich, Germany.

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MINI Aceman EV Caught Testing Near Munich R&D Center

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