The Mini Paceman got its first facelift this year and now the automaker is gearing up for its July 2014 launch with a huge photo gallery. The Mini has added a revised structure of the hexagonal radiator grille, new standard and optionally available light alloy wheels with reduced weight and optimized aerodynamic properties.
The Paceman gets dark dials for road speed and engine speed display, and a newly designed chrome applications for the ventilation controls. It comes with the same engines - two petrol and two diesel units, each with four cylinders.
The Mini John Cooper Works Paceman features a 218 PS (215 hp) turbocharged engine and a standard ALL4 AWD system, while the Mini Cooper S Paceman sees its output increased by 5 PS to 190 PS (188 hp). All engines are mated to a standard 6-speed manual gearbox, while a 6-speed automatic is an option. All models get a sports chassis as standard, as well as the Dynamic Stability Control (DSC).
It comes with new LED fog lamps, parking lights, xenon headlamps and adaptive turning light, and a Mini navigation system, and a multifunction steering wheel with cruise control Harmon Kardon hi-fi speaker system.
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