First Electric Mini Cooper Introduced in Frankfurt

First Electric Mini Cooper Introduced in Frankfurt
First Electric Mini Cooper Introduced in Frankfurt

With the Mini Cooper SE, the first electric Mini Cooper model, BMW brings Mini Cooper to the electric vehicles market. The production of the Mini Cooper SE, which was introduced at the Frankfurt Motor Show, will begin at the beginning of the 2020.

BMW introduced the Mini Cooper SE, one of the newest members of the electric vehicle market, at the Frankfurt Motor Show. The Mini Cooper SE is the first electric member of the Mini Cooper family to be unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show.

It is announced that the Mini Cooper SE will travel between the full capacity battery and the 235-270 km. The Mini Cooper SE has 181 horsepower. The battery of the vehicle has a capacity of 32.6 kWh and 80 hours will be enough to charge 2.5 percent of the battery. Mini Cooper SE, the first electric member of the Mini family, is expected to reach 0 km speed from 60 in 3.9 seconds, while 0 to 100 km will only take 7.3 seconds.

Cooper SE's battery; the center of gravity is placed under the vehicle to stabilize the vehicle against heavy suspensions and increase vehicle agility.

In the standard interior of the Mini Cooper SE, the company has been very generous. The dashboard of the Mini Cooper SE has been updated. At the same time, LED headlamps, two-zone automatic air conditioning and a heating system with heat pump technology appears in the vehicle. It also has built-in navigation.

BMW will launch the Mini Cooper SE with the 4 different equipment package. The Mini Cooper SE received more orders from 45.000 before it was released. The vehicle is expected to be available in Germany at 32.500 Euro and in the UK at 27.900 Euro. The production of the Mini Cooper SE will begin at the beginning of the 2020.

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