The MINI Aceman electric has been spotted once again during testing - this time on the streets of Munich, Germany, signalling the start of its road testing regimen.
The new sighting confirms that MINI has started testing the Aceman EV on public roads, as well as the fact that this prototype boasts the final production body, despite some padding and fake details here and there.
From what we can make out, the headlights are quite similar to the Aceman Concept, which was revealed in July. Mini said, at the time, the concept was a vision for the future of Mini Design.
The Aceman will indirectly replace the Clubman as it will be just over 4 meters (157.5 inches) long but still offer more space inside than the current Countryman thanks to the smarter packaging of the EV dedicated architecture. The Countryman is reported to grow for the next generation—it will share the FAAR platform with the BMW iX1.
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