Thailand is the first country in Asia Pacific to publicly release the MINI Cooper SE, the English car brand’s first automobile with an electric engine. Built on the body of the famed 3-Door Hatch, the MINI Cooper SE is powered by a 184-horsepower electric motor and a lithium-ion battery pack of 12 modules.
A fully electric car doesn’t mean you’ll lose the fun of driving that MINI offers—the car can go from zero to 60km/h in only 3.9 seconds, and as fast as 150km/h. It can travel 217 kilometers with a single charge—enough for a week’s use if you spend most of your time in the city. The first 25 units have been pre-sold, but you can still put your name on the waiting list for a hefty 2.29 million baht.
Visit www.mini.co.th for more information.