MINI plans to use BMW i3s' engines for its new MINI Cooper SE. The compact EV will combine proudly sports a combination of a 184 hp electric motor with a 33 kWh lithium-ion battery. The combination of those two will ensure that MINI SE will have a range of 395 km with a single charge.
The compact EV will be assembled in the UK, while its battery packs will come all the way from China. The vehicle is expected to make an official debut any time soon.
The assembly stage will start this November so that the first customers will have their electric MINIs at the beginning of 2020.
Author: Di Ilieva