Mini Cooper SE hatch 2020: Launch review
Old-school meets tomorrow in Mini’s electric-powered Cooper SE hatch.
The all-electric Mini Cooper SE Hatch is the second electrified Mini to launch in the past year, following the Countryman plug-in hybrid that arrived in October. The concept of an all-electric Mini is a no-brainer – it’s a small, fun-to-drive three-door urban runabout that spends most of its life in cities where, for now, EVs are best suited. Its driving range of 233 kilometres trails other smaller EVs, but that hasn’t put off potential buyers. Mini Australia says pre-launch interest in the Cooper SE has been strong and it has sold out its allocation for 2020.