BMW going to introduce cheap electric car, sold out before launch

BMW going to introduce cheap electric car, sold out before launch


new Delhi. The electric vehicle market in India is slowly growing. The demand in this segment has increased significantly in the last few years. This is the reason why many luxury car makers like Audi, Jaguar and Mercedes have launched their electric cars. Now BMW India is all set to increase its presence in the electric vehicle segment in the country.

BMW is going to launch its all-electric MINI 3-Door Cooper SE in the country on 24 February. Earlier, the company launched its first iX electric SUV in the Indian market. BMW India has issued a statement confirming the launch of the MINI 3-Door Cooper SE.

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Booking started
The pre-bookings for the electric Mini were started late last year, with BMW confirming that the first 30 units of the EV have been booked. The special thing is that when the Mini is launched, it can be the most economical luxury electric car in the country. The price of which is likely to be fixed at around 50 lakhs (ex-showroom).

engine will be powerful
A 32.6 kWh battery has been used in the electric Mini 3-door Cooper SE launched globally in 2020. It gives a range of 270 km on a single charge. It is capable of generating 184 hp and 270 Nm of torque. This helps it to catch the speed of 100 kmph in 7.3 seconds. When launched, it will be available in White Silver, Midnight Black, Moonwalk Gray and British Racing Green.

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These will be the features
The Electric Mini will get 17-inch alloy wheel tires and many special features in the cabin. This includes an 8.8-inch main display, digital driver display and Nappa leather upholstery specifications.

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