When it comes to extracting the last drop of a certain car project, nobody does it better than Mini. You see, the brand's family has now swelled to seven distinctive members with the introduction of the Paceman.
And what a good way for BMW's fashionable icon to sign off its second generation range of hip-hop items in the guise of a three-door SUV that has entered untapped sales territory.
Of course, you may be quick to point out that Range Rover kicked off this fray in the premium car market.
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