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All-electric SEAT Mii Revealed

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All-electric SEAT Mii Revealed

SEAT have revealed the Mii electric, an all-electric city car.

  • All-electric SEAT Mii Revealed.

    SEAT have revealed their first step into the electric vehicle market with the Mii electric, a new city car which will pave the way for many more new all-electric SEAT vehicles.

    Using an advanced electric powertrain with an elegant design and new connectivity features, the Mii electric will be the ultimate city car thanks to its affordability and low ownership cost.

    The Mii electric will be the first of many electric and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles from SEAT, with the new all-electric el-Born set to join the new Mii in the near future. The el-Born will also be accompanied by new plug-in hybrid variants of the recently released Tarraco and the Leon. 

    The CUPRA range will also be getting its own plug-in hyrid vehicles with high-performance versions of the CUPRA Formentor and CUPRA Leon.

    Commenting on SEAT's electric offensive - Luca de Meo, President of SEAT stated: "The market is changing, and electrification is expanding at an unprecedented rate. In Europe, the electric vehicle market grew by 46% in the first 4 months of the year, moving forward we expect electrified vehicles to play an important role within our range. The Mii electric is the start of that journey, and at the same time brings to the market an affordable electric car."

    Designed to meet all the needs of the modern driver, the Mii electric will offer great handling and agility thanks to its compact size, making parking effortlessly easy.

    The exterior and interior design of the Mii has also received a refresh, with new alloy wheels in a matte cosmo grey, with a new dashboard, ambient lighting and heated sports seats inside.

    Contact us today to find out more about the new Mii electric.


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Digital Directorat WillCreate Ltd
4 years ago