MINI Aceman to make world premiere at Auto China 2024

MUNICH/BEIJING: MINI is set to unveil the Aceman at Auto China 2024 (aka Beijing auto show).

Scheduled from April 25 to May 4 at the China International Exhibition Center in Beijing, this event will showcase MINI's foray into the all-electric vehicle market.

Positioned between the Cooper and the Countryman, the Aceman presents an independent, all-electric vehicle concept.

It uses the same EV platform as the electric MINI Cooper and will come with a 54.2kWh battery pack that's good for around 400km.

Measuring 4,075mm in length, 1,754mm in width, and 1,495mm in height, the Aceman offers comparable dimensions to its competitors such as the Jeep Avenger and the Volvo EX30 (the EX30 would be slightly longer and wider).


The cabin would look familiar, as it would be similar to that of the three-door MINI hatch. Centrally located on the dash woould be a 9.4-inch round infotainment OLED screen.

Front-wheel drive variant with one electric motor and all-wheel drive variant with two motors would be offered.

Prices are expected to start from £38,000 (RM227,000). It's likely the Aceman would spawn a JCW edition later on.

The Aceman should go on sale by the end of 2024 after its world premiere in China.

Other MINI models would keep company with Aceman at the Beijing show.


The show will include the electric MINI Cooper in both "E" and "SE" power levels, alongside the MINI John Cooper Works Countryman ALL4 featuring intelligent all-wheel drive.

With over 700 exhibitors occupying more than 200,000 square metres of exhibition space, Auto China has solidified its status as a major automotive event in the world's largest automotive market since its inception in 1990.
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