A refreshed Mini Paceman has been revealed at Beijing, just days after the revised Mini Countryman was unveiled at the New York motor show.
The update for 2014 include mild modifications to the exterior and interior look, comprising a new front grille, new LED lights and a new alloy wheel design (as on the revised Mini Countryman), plus a more economical engine line-up.
All of the car’s engines now meet Euro 6 emissions regulations and there are small gains in efficiency across the range.
The cleanest Paceman, the Cooper D, now emits 111g/km of CO2, while the petrol-engined Cooper S gets a power gain, up to 187bhp, but lowers its CO2 emissions to 139g/km.
Standard kit includes air-conditioning, a CD player with MP3 capability, DAB digital radio, Bluetooth, five speakers and rear parking sensors.
No prices have been released, but they are expected to be broadly in line with those of the current model.