The Mini Paceman is the latest car to join our long-term test fleet, and consumer editor Emma Butcher is set to take custody of the three-door SUV.
We have gone for the Paceman Cooper S, which comes with plenty of equipment, offering DAB radio, electric windows, twin chrome exhaust tail pipes, rear parking sensors, front sports seats, heated windscreen and washer jets, and Bluetooth with USB connection.
We've added a few things to test out some of the Paceman's options. We've gone for red metallic paint, anthracite roof lining, adaptive headlights, chrome interior detailing to match the exterior, heated leather seats, an auto-dimming rear-view mirror, the luggage compartment package, a Harman Kardon stereo and the Maintenance pack.
The Chili pack adds a few more things including chrome details, auto lights and wipers, velour floor mats and automatic air-conditioning. The Media pack brings the Mini Connected apps system, full Bluetooth preparation, voice control, and sat-nav.
Emma has just taken delivery of this heavily equipped car, which costs 22,355 as standard, but 28,865 with all the extras on top.