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Mini will soon reveal its first dedicated electric car, the Aceman, upon which it has pinned the success of its revamped, next-generation line-up.

Predicted to be the brand's best-seller, the “does everything” crossover is the BMW-owned brand’s first new model name in 10 years.

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Spotted testing on roads in Germany with camouflage regressed enough to reveal its new design and large, bulbous headlights, it will arrive in 2025 to fill the gap between the flagship Mini Cooper and Mini Countryman SUV.

Source: Auto Car

The Aceman will utilise the same platform as the new MINI Cooper, and is also expected to borrow the pure-electric powertrain options from its smaller sibling. That means the entry-level model Aceman E should use a 40kWh battery for a range of around 200 miles, with SE versions getting a larger 54kWh for a range closer to 250 miles.

This Auto Express exclusive image gives you a better idea of what the finished crossover should look like. Up front it’ll feature more angular headlights than traditionally seen on MINIs and a similar blanked-off octagonal grille to its siblings. Just like on other MINIs, we’ll see a lower window line wrap around the car combined with the classic two-tone roofline and MINI’s signature Union Jack rear light motif.

The windscreen looks much more steeply angled than on some of MINI’s out-going models, possibly because the Aceman will only be offered with EV-power, making aerodynamic efficiency even more crucial.

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Source: Auto Express

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