SEAT Launch All-electric Mii electric In Oslo.
The Mii electric has been revealed by SEAT in Oslo, Norway making the new Mii the first ever all-electric SEAT vehicle.
With a range of approximately 160 miles on a single charge, the Mii electric will use a 36.8kWh batter and electric motor to produce 81bhp with 212Nm of torque. This will allow for a 0-62mph time of just 7.6 seconds, launching the car onwards to its 81mph top speed.
Compared to the current Mii which uses a combustion engine, the Mii electric will boast new 16" alloy wheels, leather-trimmed steering wheel, ambient lighting and a new dashboard.
The Mii electric will also feature sports seats, cruise control, parking sensors, lane assistant and traffic sign recognition all as standard.
Not only will the Mii electric be SEAT's first all-electric car, but it will also be the first to use 'SEAT CONNECT', a smartphone app that will allow people to view the status of their vehicle. This includes information such as location and charge level, as well as remote control over the lights, door locks and air conditioning.
The Mii electric is set to start arriving in showrooms during autumn 2019.
Find out more about the current SEAT Mii.
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