2020 MINI Cooper S Electric - Fun To Drive Compact Hatch

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- First MINI and first small car in the premium segment to run on electrical power only.
- Electric motor with 135 kW/184 hp and 270 Nm.
- Model-specific lithium-ion battery enables range of 235 to 270 kilometres – without constraints in terms of luggage compartment volume.
- Can be charged at a household socket, wallbox or public charging stations, fast direct-current charging possible at up to 50 kW.
- Outstanding agility due to spontaneous power delivery, low centre of gravity, front-wheel drive and wheel slip limiting close to the actuator.
- Acceleration from zero to 60 km/h in 3.9 seconds and from zero to 100 km/h in 7.3 seconds.
- Characteristic design of the MINI 3 Door with model-specific accentuations.
- Model-specific display and control elements in the interior.
- Recuperation can be configured at two levels for individual one-pedal feeling.
- Standard equipment features include LED headlamps, 2-zone automatic air conditioning, heating with heat pump technology, auxiliary heating, electric parking brake and Connected Navigation.

As a consequence, the new MINI Cooper SE benefits from specific technology designed into the model in the form of a high-voltage battery located low in the floor of the vehicle and configured to deliver a range of between 235 and 270 kilometres. The car offers exactly the same space for passengers and baggage as the conventionally powered MINI 3-door automobile.

Meanwhile, the driving fun offered in the new MINI Cooper SE is absolutely unique, delivered by an electric motor packing 135 kW/184 hp and generating spontaneous development of power. It can accelerate from zero to 60 km/h in 3.9 seconds and sprints to 100 km/h in just 7.3 seconds. And there’s no delay when the high-voltage battery is being charged up. The charger for the new MINI Cooper SE allows direct-current quick-charging stations to be used along with a refresher of the energy reserves with power of up to 50 kW. This means that the high-voltage battery can be charged to 80 percent of total capacity within just 35 minutes.