MINI Announces New Car Model
After its debut at the Detroit Motor Show, MINI USA Product Manager Vinnie Kung and engineering chief Oliver Friedman have announced that the much loved MINI brand is in fact set to go ahead with the production of its latest 'Paceman' design with people in both Scotland and the rest of the UK waiting in anticipation.
With production starting in around two years time, the fine tuning of the Paceman design may change from the concept model being shown throughout 2011, however the car itself will remain relatively unchanged with its tinted windows shielding the interiors. With copper detailing and a sturdy exterior the new MINI Paceman is set to get the pulses racing of any MINI lover.
The final model is likely to be positioned between the hatch and the recently released Countryman in terms of pricing and specification, however there will be a rear interior feature that is completely unique to the Paceman.
The R60 chassis will stay largely unchanged, but to be expected is the same Cooper/Cooper S engines and diesels (which will be even more powerful by the production date). We are told that the detailing on the interior will reflect that of the countryman and that instead of sliding rear seats, they will in fact be fixed.
MINI have already hit the automotive world with the hatch, Clubman, Countryman and Cabrio, and set to hit the showrooms this year are the two seat Coupe and Roadster.
The Paceman is set to start production in around two years time and will use the same manufacturing facility in Graz Austria as the latest new Mini. Scotland and the UK will also be hit this year with other new model releases, and who knows maybe a race car will be next.
Sara Wright is working within marketing and is currently researching new MINI Scotland
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