EPA range was confirmed at 110 miles (177 km), while energy consumption exceeds the Tesla Model S Long Range.
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:
- range of 110 miles (177 km)
- energy consumption (including charging losses):
- 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:
- EPA range of 110 miles (177 km)
- WLTP range of 200-232 km (124-144 miles), WLTP energy consumption of 15.5-18.0 kWh/100 km
- NEDC range of 235-270 km (146-168 miles), NEDC energy consumption of 14.8-16.8 kWh/100 km
- 32.6 kWh (gross) and 28.9 kWh (net) battery pack (12 modules; 93,2 Ah cells)
- 0-100 km/h (62 mph) in 7.3 seconds, 0-60 mph (96.5 km/h) in 6.9 seconds
- 0-60 km/h (37 mph) in 3.9 seconds
- 80-120 km/h (50-75 mph) in 4.6 seconds
- top speed of 150 km/h (93 mph)
- power output of 135 kW (184 hp) and 270 Nm of torque (electric motor borrowed from BMW i3S) - "Hybrid synchronous electric motor with integrated power electronics, charging unit and generator function for energy recuperation"
- DC fast charging 0-80% in 35 minutes (at up to around 50 kW); 0-100% in 1.4 hours
- AC charging 0-80% in 2.5 hours using three-phase on-board charger (11 kW); 0-100% in 3.5 hours
- trunk capacity of 211 L
- unladen DIN weight of 1,365 kg (some 145 kg heavier than the MINI Cooper S 3 Door with Steptronic transmission)
- important equipment: heat pump
MINI Cooper SE (aka MINI Electric) specs - March 2020