Seat Mii electric - The end of the combustion engine

In the future, the Seat Mii drives only purely electrically

The combustion engine is long term as a discontinued model. In the case of the mini-car Mii he has already served in July.

SP-X / Martorell / Spain. After Skoda, Seat has now announced that it will only offer the sister model of the VW Up alias Mii in an electrically powered version in the future. In July, the production of the combustion engine variants is discontinued, from September only the Mii electric can be ordered.

The Stromer accelerates a 61 kW / 83 PS and 212 Nm electric motor from standstill to 3,9 km / h in just 50 seconds. Seat does not reveal any further performance, but the Mii electric like the Skoda counterpart Citigo is likely after 12,5 seconds pass the 100 km / h mark and reach a maximum of 130 km / h. The energy for the propulsion comes from a 36,8 kWh battery housed in the vehicle floor. According to Seat, the maximum range is 260 WLTP kilometers. The battery is charged using a CCS plug on a 40 kW DC charger in one hour (80 percent charge), it takes a good four hours on a 7,2 kW wall box and twelve hours on a standard socket.

For the E-Version, Seat slightly spiced up the interior

The 3,60 Meter short four-seater standard includes 16 alloy wheels, lane departure warning, heated seats and leather steering wheel. In addition, the small city runabout will have Seat Connect, allowing its users to control some vehicle features over long distances via a smartphone app. In addition, vehicle status or current location can be queried. What is to cost the electric Mii is not fixed yet. Seat promises low overall costs in operation.

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