Feels like the hatch you know and love. MINI Electric is hitting the road in March.

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There’s nothing quite like a MINI. No other drive feels the same. No other car looks the same.

With its iconic design and unique go-kart handling, the MINI Electric is every bit the Hatch drivers have come to know and love. Now you can make the switch to electric, without losing any of the things you love about MINI.

Launching in March, the MINI Electric joins the MINI Countryman Plug-in Hybrid as a sustainable solution for Businesses. With a range of up to 145 miles (WLTP) and Benefit in Kind (BIK) rate of 0% from April 2020, MINI Electric is the obvious choice when considering your next company car.

MINI Electric has a 0-80% charging time of just 36 minutes using a 50kW charger. You can also charge at one of the 9,000 public charging stations around the UK.

Packed with game changing technology, the new MINI Electric comes with MINI Navigation, which shows nearby charging stations and gives live traffic updates on the go. The fully digital dashboard brings a futuristic feel to the cockpit, displaying helpful information like charging status.

With the trademark wide set headlights and the contrast roof and mirrors, you know a MINI when you see one. The MINI Electric comes with the classic look of the original Hatch. Plus a fresh set of bold 17″ Corona Spoke alloy wheels and full front and rear LED lights as standard. Styling and customising has been kept as easy as 1, 2, 3 with the choice of three style packs, each with their own innovative features.

MINI has a programme designed especially for small businesses. The Business Partnership Programme’s dedicated website lets you search all MINI models based on monthly budget or model preference and find out the latest news from MINI.

If you’d like to discover more about MINI Electric offers, or offers across the MINI range, visit MINI Business Partnership www.minibusinesspartnership.co.uk.

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