Driving a MINI has always been electric – but now we’re taking fully charged to a whole new level. MINI Electric has everything you’d expect from one of the most recognisable cars of all time – stylish looks, that unique go-kart handling – plus a fully electric engine.
With its spirited drive, iconic design and heaps of tech, the MINI Electric is every bit a MINI.
Now available to test drive.
THE NEW MINI ELECTRIC
MINI Electric is here - it looks like a MINI, drives like a MINI, and feels like electric. Also, it’s built right here in the UK. In case you couldn’t tell, we’re feeling pretty good about it. And we’re not the only ones feeling good - you will too. We guarantee it.
FEELS LIKE ELECTRIC, LOOKS LIKE MINI.
A lot of MINI Electric is what you know and love about the MINI Hatch already. Its iconic design and legendary responsive handling. The innovative tech. The ability to customise it to your taste (did we mention the six handsome colour options available?). But the new fully electric motor takes things to a whole new level.
SPEC’D TO PERFECTION.
We’ve thought about every last detail when it comes to MINI Electric. It has AC for easy home charging and DC for super-fast charging on the go. On top of that there’s MINI Navigation, which gives live traffic updates and shows nearby charging stations. The fully digital dashboard brings a futuristic feel to the cockpit, displaying helpful information while you’re on the road.
EYES ON THE PRICE.
There’s a stack of financial perks when it comes to buying MINI Electric. The government currently offer £3,500* towards your new car, as it’s classed as a low-emission vehicle. On top of that, you’ll save on running costs purely because electricity is so much cheaper than petrol or diesel. Drive MINI Electric away from £24,400 OTR* (price includes government contribution) or £299 monthly rental plus £4,000 initial rental. ** MINI UK is a credit broker.
HOURS OF ADVENTURE.
With a range of up to 144† miles from a single charge, MINI Electric can handle hours of adventure without needing to stop. And you can feel good driving all of those miles, because you’ll be emitting 0g/km of CO2. When you do need to charge up, you can do it at one of the 6,100 public charging stations around the UK or at home.