MINI Confirms Countryman Coupe for 2013, to Debut in Paris

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MINI has been testing the production version of the Paceman Concept for a while now. It will be called the Countryman Coupe and is expected to be offered with a very familiar engine range.
The manufacturer has put an end to speculation, as according to Car and Driver, the Countryman Coupe will go on sale across the world early next year. It will be known as a 2013 model year car in the US and will make its official debut at the Paris Motor Show in late September. A US motor show debut might come soon after that.

The engine, gearbox and drivetrain choice is expected to be borrowed from the 5-door Countryman. The pick of the bunch will be the John Cooper Works version, powered by a 1.6-liter turbo twin-scroll engine and offered with All4 traction.
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