Here are some official pictures of the new 2012 Mini Paceman, a coupe version of the Countryman SUV, released by the BMW Group.
According to Car Magazine “It’s the seventh model in the Mini range, and will be available with the familiar range of petrol and diesel four-cylinder engines, as well as a hot turbocharged Cooper S model. Power outputs across the range vary from 111bhp to 181bhp.”
The exterior, that gives the vehicle somewhat of a distinctive look, features a sloped roof that BMW calls a ‘helmet’ roof. It offers the same width as the Countryman with an additional 20mm in length. Potential buyers can spec the wheels 16 to 19 inches in diameter.
Taking a look at the interior, standard trim includes air conditioning and radio/CD player; options include xenon adaptive headlights, rain sensor, parking sensors, an electrically operated glass roof, satnav, a Harman Kardon sound system and internet connectivity.