Final extreme weather tests completed for Mini Aceman

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The all-electric Mini Aceman has undergone extreme environment testing ahead of its debut in a few months.

The crossover is positioned between the Mini Cooper and Mini Countryman and possesses an all-electric powertrain and a battery size of 54.2kWh.

Ahead of series production, the new model has undergone a rigorous testing program that has included high temperatures on sandy desert roads and tests at the Arctic Circle, with the team ensuring the Aceman provides the driving dynamics and comfort customers expect, as well as focusing on the demanding aspects associated with electric vehicles. The AC, charging and cooling of the battery and drive and control devices were all tested at temperatures of up to 50°C.

Stefanie Wurst, head of Mini, said, “The all-electric Mini Aceman opens new opportunities for customers who want a smaller crossover than our successful Mini Countryman. The consistent electrification of our product portfolio makes a clear statement about the future of the Mini brand.”

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