This Is Pretty Much What Mini's 2019 All-Electric Model Will Look Like


Remember the Mini E? It was an all-electric Mini Cooper from 2008 that was used by the BMW Group to develop battery technology, with no rear seats and a range of 156 miles. Mini only produced 500 of them, and now, the company has finally revealed plans for a replacement.

The Mini Electric Concept (some real originality here!) is a preview of a production all-electric car set to debut sometime in 2019. This car is a futuristic presentation of what's to come, with specially styled LED headlights, four-spoke wheels, numerous yellow accents, and a sealed grille with a plug-in emblem.
 
Despite its concept status, the Mini Electric seems fairly production-ready. It has mirrors, normally sized tires, and it's shaped like a Mini. Though it'll be a couple of years until we see a real production version, this car gives us a pretty good idea of what to expect. Read more about This Is Pretty Much What Mini's 2019...

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19 Mar 2018


By BRIAN SILVESTRO