On the eve of the New York International Auto Show 2018, MINI presents a special car. An all-electric version of the classic Mini.
Munich / New York. Reporting from the world première of an extraordinary car on the eve of the New York International Auto Show. It’s taking place March 30 to April 8, 2018. So the British car manufacturer MINI once again demonstrates its appetite for purely electric. Therefore driving with a new take on an icon.
The classic Mini Electric combines the historic look of the world’s favorite small car. All with groundbreaking drive technology for tomorrow’s urban mobility.
So with this unique vehicle, MINI sends out a clear signal. One demonstrating its commitment to retaining the brand’s unmistakable character. All the while embracing innovative zero local emission technology.
The classic Mini Electric is the result of an imaginary journey through time, where the story of classic model extended by a consecutive chapter.
Similarly, the original from the second half of the 20th century becomes a sympathetic ambassador for environmental awareness. As well as a form of sustainable mobility whose future has just begun.
So the urban electro mobility landscape will soon benefit from the arrival of a brand new model. It’s packed with charisma, personal style and driving fun. The MINI Electric Concept announced at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show. It furthermore paves the way for the brand’s first all-electric vehicle. One which unveiling in 2019. Hopefully they say and just in time for the Mini 60th anniversary of the classic Mini. So the fully electric production vehicle is in development. All based on the MINI 3 Door. Furthermore and produced for the first time at MINI Plant Oxford next year.
MINI is once again assuming a pioneering role for sustainable mobility within the BMW Group. In 2008, the brand presented the MINI E. The MINI E based on the predecessor model of the current MINI 3 Door. As a result, about 600 examples produced and used in a field trial under everyday conditions. This trial played a central role in paving the way for the development of the BMW i3. One which has enjoyed worldwide success since 2013. It has a combined power consumption of 13.6 – 13.1 kWh / 100 km. Plus zero emissions aka combined CO2 emissions: 0 g / km.