ELECTRIFY YOUR DRIVE.

Get ready for that legendary go-kart feeling with instant torque and zero emissions. The switch to an all-electric MINI makes sense in every possible way. The performance we love remains the same, but the technology behind it gets smarter and cleaner day by day. Here you'll discover the benefits of embracing the new electric lifestyle – how much you’ll save, how often you’ll need to charge, and how easy electric driving can be.

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*Electric drivetrains are very efficient by nature – achieving up to 80% 'tank' to wheel (compared to just 15% for conventional combustion engines). Every slight change, however, shows up in overall consumption.

DID YOU KNOW?

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OVER 70,000

public charging stations in Germany

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73-89%

potential reduction in CO2 emissions
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100% GREEN ENERGY

used for public charging networks in Germany

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36 MINS

to charge from 0 - 80% with a DC fast charger
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DON'T MISS OUT ON ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING INCENTIVES.

Germany is currently offering attractive tax benefits and purchase incentives to boost the buying and leasing of Electric Vehicles. But they may only be for a limited period. So don't miss out. Discover what you can take advantage of right now.

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ELECTRIC RANGE ON FULL CHARGE.

HOW FAR CAN I GO?

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UP TO

426 km

The all-electric MINI has a range of up to 426 km, but this will vary according to driving habits and conditions. How you drive can make a big difference to your available range and how quickly your charge is used. Here are a few tips that can help to extend your range.

(WLTP)

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HOW TO further MAXIMISE YOUR RANGE.

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CHARGING COST AND TIME CALCULATOR.

HOW LONG AND HOW MUCH?


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Prices based on average petrol price (€ 1.34/l) and electricity costs (€ 0.16/kWh) over the previous 12 months. Last updated in (month) 2022.
Please note, actual range depends on a variety of factors, especially: wheel and tyre sizes selected, personal driving behaviour, route selected, weather conditions, usage of heating/cooling and preconditioning. Depending on external factors, such as the mains voltage or the outside temperature, the real charging times might deviate from the charging times shown in this tool. The charging times have been measured on the basis of an outside temperature of 25°C.

FREQUENTLY EXPRESSED CONCERNS.

National grid capacity isn’t the big problem most people think. So far, the market entry of EVs in the EU has been very predictable and the electric grid is constantly being developed in parallel. There is no need for new electricity-generation capacity in the near future. Utility companies have had the time to plan ahead. However, the situation is country-specific. For example, in northern Europe, the evolution is more effortless because of the strong power grids and electric heating already in place. In other areas of Europe, the evolution is a bit more difficult due to the one-phase energy systems and older structures. But this is being addressed at speed. In fact, there is an ‘unexpected’ twist to this answer as electric vehicles can provide a vital source of flexibility in the energy system. Rather than being a threat to grid stability or capacity, EVs act as big batteries on wheels. They make it possible for energy to be stored and used at a later time. In the next few years, we will have a pool of EV chargers utilised as aggregated reserves.
Cold weather can indeed temporarily reduce EV battery range by about 10-12%. But nowadays, most EVs have a reach of 250-400 km anyway. Easily enough for a daily commute. And thanks to their design, they are far more efficient than people think in winter. They perform arguably better in snow than conventional cars due to the low position of the battery and the resulting lower centre of gravity. This boosts an EV’s traction and its ability to handle snowy and icy conditions. This gives you greater control. What’s more, you can preheat your EV via the MINI App and always get into a warm, cosy cockpit without any iced-up windows to deal with. And if you preheat while charging, you won’t lose any energy at all. Which is good for you and road safety. This boosts an EV’s traction and its ability to handle snowy and icy conditions. This gives you greater control. What’s more, you can preheat your EV via the MINI App and always get into a warm, cosy cockpit without any iced-up windows to deal with. And if you preheat while charging, you won’t lose any energy at all. Which is good for you and road safety.
When it comes to range, the all-electric MINI has up to 400 km (WLTP). That’s more than enough for most trips you can imagine. It’s just a question of thinking how much range you use, and where you use it.
EVs operate a system known as regenerative braking. During the process, an EV’s braking system recaptures kinetic energy and converts it to electricity – effectively recharging its own battery. This system helps optimise an electric car’s efficiency, by requiring less effort to accelerate forward. So when you lift your foot off the pedal you automatically start braking, and you have the brake pedal as an extra means of slowing down. So it is arguably easier and much more efficient.
EVs are safe to drive in the rain and snow and can even be taken through traditional car washes. Similarly, EV chargers and cables are waterproof, and charging sockets are protected against water damage.
EV batteries already last an average up to 10 years in a car, and now old they can be broken down into smaller cells which can be used as renewable energy storage. This is especially useful for local authorities as they can be used to as emergency generators or for periods where peak demand it especially high.

EV batteries already last an average up to 10 years in a car, and now old they can be broken down into smaller cells which can be used as renewable energy storage. This is especially useful for local authorities as they can be used to as emergency generators or  for periods where peak demand it especially high.  

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EXPLORE EVERY ELECTRIFYING DETAIL.

From € 699/month*

* Leasing example from BMW Bank GmbH: term 36 months, mileage pa 10,000 km, special leasing payment €5,990.
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NEEDS NO INTRODUCTION (OR FUEL).

From € 699/month*

* Leasing example from BMW Bank GmbH: term 36 months, mileage pa 10,000 km, special leasing payment €5,990.

A BIGGER DOSE OF MINI-NESS.

From € 699/month*

* Leasing example from BMW Bank GmbH: term 36 months, mileage pa 10,000 km, special leasing payment €5,990.
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