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New Mini Aceman EV: price, specs and release date

The new Mini Aceman is a fully electric crossover and is probably cheaper than you’d think.

It starts at £31,800, which is only £1,800 more than the three-door Mini Cooper E. And yet you get five doors, chunky styling and a new badge. Well, a Paceman badge with the P removed. First deliveries kick off in November.

The Mini Aceman boasts a box-fresh design that’s also reminiscent of the outgoing Countryman. At the front there are pointed headlights facing a large grille area – most of which is blanked off for efficiency reasons. The flush door handles are for efficiency too. There’s thick body cladding around the wheel arches and around the base of the car, which helps to make the car look more rugged. At the back, the Aceman has wide hips and new tail lights, which have a couple of different designs.

2024 Mini Aceman rear

Two electric powertrains are available: the Aceman E and the SE. The E has a 42.5kWh battery for 192 miles of range and a 184hp motor that allows a sub-eight-second 0-62mph time. Step up to the SE and both battery and motor are beefed up – the 54.2kWh battery and 218hp output give you stats of 252 miles and a 7.1-second 0-62mph time. The Aceman SE starts from £36,300.

Fast-charging is available, but the 75kW and 95kW rates (for the E and SE respectively) are hardly pushing the boundaries of electric tech. Still, the Aceman SE can charge from 10-80% in under half an hour.

As with the rest of the Mini lineup, there are three trim levels: Classic, Exclusive and Sport. Classic has a streamlined look and body coloured grille inserts, plus 17-inch alloy wheels and three paint colours.

2024 Mini Aceman interior

Exclusive changes the grille to silver and unlocks more paint choices – including the new Indigo Sunset Blue and Rebel Red – and a Multitone roof is an option. 18-inch wheels are standard, while 19s are optional. Sport trim has a John Cooper Works-inspired design (even though there’s no JCW version of the Aceman) with lots of black and red accents.

Standard equipment includes a head-up display, keyless entry, wireless phone charging and heated front seats. That’s Level 1; the Level 2 option pack adds a panoramic sunroof, tinted windows and a Harman Kardon sound system, while Level 3 adds electrically adjustable and massaging seats, augmented-reality sat nav and self-parking tech.

Another similarity with the new Mini Cooper and Countryman is the 24cm-wide circular OLED touchscreen, which joins a new toggle button bar and a fun steering wheel with fabric inserts.

2024 Mini Aceman boot

There’s a recycled, textured material on the dashboard and door trims, and a couple of Aceman-specific touches like diagonal speaker covers.

The Aceman’s shape means that the boot opening is small, and the space itself isn’t much to shout about either. At 300 litres, there’s less luggage space than in many superminis.

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