The new design language has been dubbed “Charismatic Simplicity”, which features tons of new styling elements, but it is still unmistakably Mini. The company claims that the Concept Aceman is completely chrome- and leather-free and is equipped with new digital features to enhance the customer experience.
“The Mini Concept Aceman provides an initial glimpse of a completely new vehicle, bridging the space between the Mini Cooper and the Mini Countryman in the model family’s future,” says Stefanie Wurst, Head of the Mini Brand. “This concept car reflects how Mini is reinventing itself for its all-electric future and what the brand stands for: an electrified go-kart feel, an immersive digital experience and a strong focus on a minimal environmental footprint.”
Mini says that the user experience of light, movement, interaction, and sound combine together to define the style, along with the obvious minimal exterior and interior design. Surfaces made out of knitted recycled textile with fresh colour contrasts have been combined with seamless digital controls with a new OLED display as the central interface.
The all-electric models of the next generation are also given an independent sound design that will provide unique and compelling drive sounds, while also work as a background for the new Experience Modes. The Concept Aceman features a two-box design with short overhangs, four doors and a large boot lid with interior seating for five.
With a length of 4050 mm, a width of 1990 mm, and a 1590 mm height, it has the proportions you would expect from a Mini. The concept is finished in Icy Sunglow Green paint, with a shade that comes through with varying levels of intensity depending on the light and the perspective. The roof is painted in British Racing Green. The trim on the lower edge of the body and on the wheel arches, is also finished in dark green, similar to the colour scheme on the roof.
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