THIS is the all-new, all electric MINI, which was revealed today at the Oxford plant where it will be built (Jul 09, 2019).
The new MINI will cost from a competitive £24,400 including the Government’s Plug-in Car Grant. MINI says lease costs will be from under £300 per month.
The new electric MINI promises scintillating motoring, with the instant torque of the battery offering Cooper S levels of performance. 0-62mph takes 7.3 seconds.
The electric MINI will have a range up to 144 miles on a single charge from its 32.6kWh battery.
David George, director of MINI in the UK said:
“Now our customers can have everything they love about MINI, but with all the advantages of an electric car – lower environmental impact and running costs and they never have to visit a petrol station again.”
The electric MINI, on sale now, will start production in late 2019 before deliveries commence Q1 2020.
The lease price from MINI is for a personal contract hire agreement over 48 months, including an initial rental of £4000.