In 2019, Mini will launch an electric version called the Mini Electric. This fully electric version will be sold alongside petrol and diesel variants. The new version will be a four-seater like the original, but initially it will only be offered as a three-door hatchback.
The car has been through cold weather testing and Mini promises that the Mini Electric will be a nice winter ride. The batteries lower the centre of gravity and makes it possibly even more enjoyable to drive than petrol and diesel Minis.
The range of the Mini Electric has not yet been confirmed, but it is expected that it will be close to the 186-mile, or 300 kilometers, range or of the fully electric i3. The Mini Electric is expected to have a starting price of about £26,000.