BMW has lifted the curtain from its MINI Cooper SE. The British brand has the first electric car ever, which is eagerly awaited. After the i3 it's BMW's fully electric car, but it's based on the same platform. On sight, the model speaks the language of the Mini design and is quite mite-minded with the Petrol Motor Standard Cooper S. Let's tell you the full details.
The company's 2020 Mini Cooper SE is an electric hatchback that generates 184bhp and 270Nm of torque. It takes 3.9 seconds to catch a speed of 0 to 60 Kmph. On the other hand, it takes 7.3 seconds to catch a speed of 0 to 100 Kmph. The range of the Cooper SE is 235-270 km. The company has provided a battery of 32.6 kWh.
For your information, the 2020 Mini Cooper SE will take on Nissan Leaf, generating 214bhp of power and 340Nm. It is powered by a 62 kWh battery, which ranges from 384 km. As a charging connection for the Electric Mini, Type 2 and CCS Combo 2 is plugged in, which can use AC and DC chargers.
BMW says the hatchback will be charged up to 80%, or 50 kW, in 35 minutes. On the other hand, standard charging will take 2 hours 30 minutes to charge 80%or 11 kW. which is a plus point for users.