The Mini Electric (marketed as the Mini Cooper SE in all markets outside the United Kingdom) is a battery electric version of the third generation Mini Hatch that was launched in 2020. The drivetrain utilizes technology developed for the earlier BMW i3. It was launched in India on 24 February 2022. Available as a completely built-up unit (CBU), all available units were sold out during the pre-launch booking in Q4 2021. MINI will globally be a fully electric brand after 2030. The MINI 3-Door Cooper SE paves the way into the future of MINI as an ‘Electric E-commerce Experience’ brand. The all-electric MINI 3-Door Cooper SE is the first model to combine electromobility in an urban setting with the hallmark MINI brand attributes. The dimensions, design, space and interior ambience are based on the conventionally powered MINI 3-Door Hatch.

Electric: High Voltage, 96-cell, 32.64 kwh Lithium-Ion Battery with Asynchronous Electric Motor, 184 HP Power, 270 nm Torque, 0-100 kmph in 7.3 Seconds, 150 kmph Top Speed, 17.5 kWh/100 km Average, 270 km Range, Single speed Automatic transmission, 1440 kg Kerb Weight

Charging Time: 2.3 kW AC charger- 80% charge in 9.4 hours, 11 kW AC charger- 80% charge in 2.5 hours, 50 kW DC charger- 80% charge in 36 mins

1 Variant: 3-Door Cooper SE

1 Upholstery: Black Pearl Carbon Black Cloth/Leatherette Combination

1 Wheel: 17 inch Power Spoke Two-tone light alloy

4 Colours: White Silver, Black, Green, Grey

Price: Rs. 47.20 lakh (Ex-showroom, Delhi)