MINI Paceman exhibited at the motor show in Detroit 2011

Back in 2001, at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, BMW for the first time demonstrated the overseas new MINI Cooper Coupe, who quickly won the love of many Americans, despite their tendency to purchase larger machines. And now, ten years later, at the 2011 Detroit Auto Show to admire the new MINI Paceman, which, according to the creators, is to bring contemporary American youth. Will it? If so, will the concept shown in series. As we reported earlier, MINI Paceman is a two-door version of the Countryman crossover with a different front fascia, strewn roof and back on the big 19-inch wheels. Beauty trends boasts quality finish and leather upholstery. Under the hood for Paceman offered a 1.6-liter four-cylinder turbo engine from the “charged” version of the Mini JCW, issuing 211 “horses” and a maximum torque of 260 Nm. And those that seem a little, please function Overboost, temporarily increases peak torque to 280 Nm. So now budushee new MINI models is dependent on the public reaction to it.


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