Celebrating 10 years in India, MINI India has launched the
first all-electric MINI 3-Door Cooper SE for the price of Rs. 47.20 lakh, ex-showroom.
The car in the CBU form was completely sold out during the pre-launch booking
in Q4 2021.
The company will be delivering the cars to the pre-launch
customers from March 2022. Bookings for the next phase of deliveries will also begin
from March 2022 exclusively on the MINI Online Shop - shop.mini.in. The car will
be available in four colours - White Silver, Midnight Black, Moonwalk Grey and
British Racing Green.
The all-electric MINI 3-Door Cooper SE
The all-electric MINI 3-Door Cooper SE is powered with a
battery capacity of 32.6 kWh and a driving range of up to 270 km. The car comes
with a power output of 184 hp/135 kW and a maximum torque of 270 Nm. Emitting
zero emissions, the car accelerates 0-100 km in just 7.3 seconds.
Range and Charging Time
50 kW DC Fast Charging Time (0 - 100 Km) 15 minutes
50 kW DC Charger – 80% in 36 mins.
11 kW AC Charger – 80% in 2 hours 30 minutes.
2.3 kW AC Charger– 80% in 9 hours 43 minutes.
The MINI 3-Door Cooper SE comes with a Smart Wallbox
charger with a fixed charging cable and one-time installation.
Vikram Pawah, President, BMW Group India said, “10 years
into the country, MINI India is proud to bring the first all-electric car in
the compact premium segment. In line with our ‘Digital First’ strategy, it is
also the first series model exclusively available for booking on the MINI
Online Shop and was completely sold out during the pre-launch booking phase
itself. The MINI 3-Door Cooper SE combines MINI's inventive spirit and iconic
design with instant torque, zero emissions and a low centre of gravity that
enhances its legendary go-kart feeling. It paves the way into the future of
MINI as an E-brand (E-lectric E-commerce E-xperience). The MINI 3-Door Cooper
SE will play a significant role in inspiring creative individuals and
trendsetters to drive the silent revolution.”
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