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Mini unveils the Concept Aceman, a new all-electric crossover that previews the future of the brand's design language that translates the fun and eccentricity of the brand into a modern vehicle for the EV era. The styling is unmistakably Mini while also taking a reductive approach with cleaner lines and an all-new front end with an illuminated surround that uses LED contour lighting that doubles as a daytime running light. Inside, a round OLED display takes the place of the signature central gauge and is powered by the latest generation of the Mini Operating System, which is now based on Android. The rest of the interior focuses on sustainability with leather-free trim that uses materials like recycled polyester. 

The Aceman is expected to enter production in 2024 and will be joined by a full lineup of Mini EVs.

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