MINI Cooper SE Gets 110-Mile EPA Rating: Full European Specs Revealed
EPA range was confirmed at 110 miles (177 km), while energy consumption exceeds the Tesla Model S Long Range.
MINI just announced the final specifications for the MINI Cooper SE (aka MINI Electric), valid from March 2020. At the same time, the EPA released its range and energy consumption ratings.
We start with the EPA range rating, which is in line with previous estimates. The new specs released is energy consumption – slightly higher than in the case of BMW i3.
2020 MINI Cooper SE Hardtop 2 door EPA rating:
- combined: 312 Wh/mi (194 Wh/km)
- city: 293 Wh/mi (182 Wh/km)
- highway: 337 Wh/mi (209 Wh/km)
* BMW i3 is equipped with a 42.2 kWh battery, while the MINI Cooper SE only gets a 32.6 kWh pack. The motor is the same as in i3s.
The NEDC range (translated back from WLTP) is 235-270 km (146-168 miles), which means probably that the previously announced 200-232 km (124-144 miles) WLTP rating is still valid (sadly, this was not included in the spec sheet).
MINI Cooper SE (MINI Electric) specs:
MINI Cooper SE (aka MINI Electric) specs – March 2020
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