The US will soon get a new EV that is the small and efficient Mini Cooper SE. The little EV is set to hit the US in March 2020, and the pricing has been announced.
The Cooper SE will start at $29,900 plus an $850 destination fee. Mini notes that in some states between state EV rebates and federal incentives, the price could be as low as $17,900. The EV promises the same fun to drive nature and style of a standard Mini Cooper.
The car comes with all sorts of standard features in that price, including navigation, heated front seats, black leatherette upholstery, driver-assist features, digital instrument cluster, and lots more. The vehicle will feature a battery pack in the UK that offers the equivalent of about 146 miles per charge, and the battery will charge in 4 hours from a home outlet. The size of the battery pack for the US is unknown.