MINI showed its first serial electric car Cooper SEJuly 10, 2019
Now one of the most famous British brands has switched to the production of all-electric cars. The serial version is not much different from the MINI Electric Concept concept shown in 2017.
MINI Cooper is now on electric power. The company officially presented the serial version of the electric vehicle, which retained the authenticity of the brand, but using modern technologies. As a power unit taken proven installation of the BMW i3. In the company itself, the hatchback Cooper SE is called “the world’s first all-electric premium small car.”
The model is driven by an electric motor from i3S, capable of developing up to 184 horsepower and 270 Nm of torque. Cruising at full charge of the battery is about 270 km. Acceleration to 100 km/h takes 7.3 seconds, and the maximum speed is limited to 150 km / h. With a powerful station (11 kWh), charging up to 80% will take only 2.5 hours, but using a charging station for 50 kW * hours, it only takes 35 minutes.
The price tag is not yet called, it will become known closer to the start of sales, the date also remains unknown.
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