1 Mar 2013
Mini answered the question no-one asked in 2013 with its Paceman crossover-cum two-door coupe, that never moved beyond a niche offering in Australia.
A handful of the quirky coupes trickled out of dealerships, with few buyers attracted to the two-door, high-riding formula.
Based on the Countryman SUV, the Paceman was available in Cooper and Cooper S guise before a John Cooper Works version lobbed later in 2013 powered by a 155kW/280Nm 1.6-litre turbo good for 0-100km/h in 6.9 seconds.
19th of July 2013
Mini 2013 Paceman JCWWe didn’t know this niche existed, but the JCW Paceman banks on you disagreeing
When it was new
16th of July 2013
Mini Paceman JCW is lucky number sevenAll bases covered as Mini Australia ramps up John Cooper Works assault
25th of March 2013
Mini gives Paceman John Cooper Works treatmentHot John Cooper Works Mini Paceman goes on sale in May from $58,600
6th of March 2013
First drive: Mini gets sporty with PacemanCountryman-based Paceman Coupe arrives as Mini continues to expand in Australia