This brings the overall number of MINI vehicles that have the choice of ALL4 to a total of ten, providing motorists with extra traction and driving stability, which particularly comes in handy when driving on snow, sand or other slippery surfaces.
The system works by having an electromagnetic centre differential that distributes drive force at variable levels between both the front and rear axle. This ensures utmost efficiency, with torque delivered to where it will most effectively provide propulsion.
In both the MINI Cooperman Countryman ALL4 and MINI Cooper Paceman ALL4, the four-wheel drive system works with a 1.6-litre four-cylinder engine to produce 122bhp between the front and rear sets of wheels.
This gives both vehicles a significant boost in performance. Yet, it does not mean that fuel consumption will go through the roof. Thanks to MINI's MINIMALISM technology, motorists will get an impressive mpg rate while emissions are kept low.
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