Mini latest Paceman – two door version

Mini Paceman

Mini plans launch its 7th model car in this year. It has only two-door called as paceman. In Paris Motor show spy photographers took the car's image (as shown above).

The 2-door Countryman formula is pretty simple and the back doors have been removed, allowing for a more swept-back roofline that integrates into an updated rear fascia. The back end design – as sampled in these spy shots, anyway – is immediately reminiscent of the Land Rover Evoque, the Countryman's main competitor.

Taking on power train choices, though we had expect the four-door Countryman's range of naturally aspirated and turbocharged engines to carry over largely unchanged, mated to both front- and all-wheel drive. Stay tuned for the car's official revealing in Paris later this year. 

It will include a 215bhp 1.6-litre 
4-cylinder turbo, which will power the John Cooper Works model and the flagship Paceman will also feature 4-wheel drive, and should sprint from 0-62mph in only 7 seconds. MINI has confirmed that the Paceman will sit alongside the Countryman in the model range and we can expect that this paceman will sell £16,510 similar to the 5 door car model.