MINI Cooper SE
Power and Speed
|184 HP (135 kW)|
Number of Engines
|Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor|
Battery and Charge
|235 km (146 miles)|
DC Charge Rate
AC Charge Rate
DC Charge Time
AC Charge Time
Year of Production
About MINI Cooper SE
Mini Electric is British carmaker’s first all-electric vehicle launched in 2020. It is a conventional Mini Hatch that swapped the engine for an electric motor and a set of battery cells. Exterior and interior of the vehicle stay almost the same, but there are some yellow lines and badges that give away its electric nature.
The electric Mini Cooper comes with a 184 HP front-wheel drive electric motor and a 32.6-kWh battery pack. It takes 7.3 seconds to complete a run from 0 to 100 km/h. It’s not the fastest electric hatchback, but it has the same
Electric MINI Performance
Electric MINI Design and Features
In the middle of the dashboard, you get a circular area where the 8.8-inch infotainment display located. Sat-nav is standard, because you will always need a system that tells you where the nearest charging station is. It’s not as smooth or as functional as the systems you find in Tesla Model 3 or Honda e, but it has a digital gauge cluster which is 5-inches in diameters and offers a few useful features. Both infotainment and gauge cluster displays are standard as of 2021/2022 model year.
If you switch to ‘Green+’ mode, the car changes its power delivery, and also turns off heating and heated seats. You need to choose between speed, comfort, and maximum range according to your priority.
Electric MINI Range and Charging
DC, AC charging