MINI started taking orders for the electric Cooper SEDecember 18, 2019
US motorists can checkout the MINI Cooper SE Electric. But the first commercial vehicles will reach America only in March 2020.
In the United States, orders for the electric MINI Cooper SE are open. Despite the fact that the novelty will appear on the market only in March, over 15 thousand people have already shown their interest in the electric car. Prices for the new product are already known. The “basic” Cooper SE Signature is estimated at $ 29,900. He relies on LED headlights, 16-inch alloy wheels, rain sensors, a multi-function steering wheel, heated seats and eco-leather upholstery.
Also, buyers of cars in this design can rely on a virtual dashboard, multimedia with a 6.5-inch display that supports GPS navigation and Apple CarPlay, as well as 2-zone climate control.
Among the driver’s assistants, pedestrian detection and collision avoidance systems can be distinguished.
For the Signature Plus version, you will have to pay $ 33,900. In the arsenal of such an electric car, folding electric mirrors additionally appear, a panoramic sunroof, 17-inch wheels, a Harman-Kardon audio system, a dimming rearview mirror and more.
The price tag for SE Cooper Iconic grows to $ 36,900. This MINI Cooper boasts a special steering wheel, multimedia with an 8.8-inch screen, wireless charging for gadgets, special rugs and remote control parking. All MINI Cooper SE versions are equipped with a 32.6 kWh lithium-ion battery and a 180-horsepower electric motor. The first 100 kph electric MINI Cooper SE picks up in 6.9 seconds, and its maximum speed reaches 150 km / h. But the declared range of this model is only 177 kilometers.
You can recharge the electric car with a home charger in four hours. And with the so-called fast charging, it will be possible to replenish the spent energy up to 80% in just 40 minutes.
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