The all-new 2023 Mini Cooper SE is an electric car that was designed with the environment and budget-conscious drivers in mind.
The front-wheel-drive Electric’s electric motor produces 181 horsepower and 199 pound-feet of torque and is powered by a 28.9 kWh battery.
The combined MPGe rating of the Mini Electric is 108. By comparison the Bolt EV has a combined rating of 118 MPGe while the Leaf has a combined rating of 111 MPGe
The Mini has a range of 110 miles on a full charge well below rivals like the Bolt EV and Nissan Leaf. According to Mini the car’s battery can be charged to 80 percent in 35.
The most notable exterior change is the shape and pattern of the rear tail lights that differ from the previous model. They are also connected by a horizontal black
The Electric’s interior features a 5.5-inch digital instrument cluster that displays the battery’s charge level driving range navigation information and other features
If you use home AC charging 7.4 kW can fully restore the battery in four hours. The small hatchback’s two-mode regenerative braking system also helps maximize battery power.