Mini has revealed a new electric concept car, called the Aceman. The brand’s first step into the premium crossover segment, the Aceman will arrive in production guise in 2024, sitting between a next-generation Cooper hatchback and an upcoming, larger and also fully-electric Countryman.
A four-door EV with seating for five, Mini says the Aceman represents “a new dawn” of design for the company, but it’s still a car loaded with visual cues to trademarks of the 1959 original and 2000 BMW revival.
Such cues include a circular and centrally-mounted infotainment display, which for the Aceman concept features an OLED screen. Mini says the minimalist dashboard is
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