The new Mini Electric hatch (sold as the Cooper S E outside of the UK) has a small 32.6kWh lithium-ion battery, which keeps the price down but limits range.
The 2020 Mini Cooper S E electric hatch has a motor with 137kW (184hp) and 270Nm (199 lb-ft), and a 32.6 kWh for a WLTP range of 200km (124mi).
The 2018 Classic Mini Electric Concept takes a restored Mini Cooper and adds in an electric powertrain, although there are no details about power, torque or range.
The Mini Countryman Cooper S E All4 has 165kW (224hp) from its 1.5-liter turbo I3 and electric motor, a 40km (25mi) EV range, and 2:15 charging time.
The second generation Mini Countryman is lot bigger, and has a turbo 1.5-liter 3-cylinder or 2-liter 4-cylinder with FWD or AWD.
The F57 Mini Cooper S convertible shares its 2-liter turbocharged I4 engine with the 3- and 5-door hatches, and has the familiar convertible hatch look.
The third generation Mini has spawned a convertible body style, the F57. Initially available in both Cooper and Cooper S trims.
Mini has finally taken the wraps off its first 5-door hatch, which will likely set purists’ tongues tut-tutting, but should be a hit sales-wise.