The MINI Electric seems like a cute city car – here we gathered all the photos and interesting videos of the new BEV from the BMW Group.
The upcoming MINI Electric is an all-electric premium city car, which will be manufacture at the Plant Oxford in the UK from November 2019. Here we gathered all the photos and videos about this new model, including a few teasers from the assembly line.
While the European market is currently booming with new small city BEVs (new Renault ZOE, Peugeot e-208, Opel Corsa-e, Honda e to name just a few upcoming cars), this particular model is one of the rare ones that is expected to come to North America at later point. Initially, the MINI Electric will be on sale only in several European countries.
One of the main drawbacks for some potential customers will be the 32.6 kWh battery and range of 200-232 km (124-144 miles) WLTP, but MINI probably didn’t want to significantly re-engineer the Cooper SE to handle more batteries, take passenger/trunk compartment space or increase weight. This is why there is T-shaped battery pack. For those who are looking for a simple, premium city runabout, this car should be sufficient.
MINI Electric (MINI Cooper SE) specs: