Mini Electric

While initially called the MINI Hatch or MINI Cooper SE, the branding was simplified to MINI Electric, as an all-new Mini Cooper was set to release in late 2023.

Mini Electric







  • Body Type
  • Seats
  • Length
  • Width
  • Height
  • Weight
  • Boot Space
  • Frunk
  • Compact Car
  • 4
  • 3850 mm
  • 1727 mm
  • 1432 mm
  • 1440 kg
  • 211 L / 731 L
  • -
  • 0-100 km/h
  • Top speed
  • Power
  • Drive
  • Battery
  • Tow
  • 7.3 s
  • 150 km/h
  • 135 kW
  • FWD
  • 32.6 kWh / 28.9 kWh
  • -
  • Highway range
  • Running cost
  • AC charge (max)
  • DC charge (max)
  • Economy
  • V2L
  • 156 km
  • $5.28/100 km
  • 11 kW
  • 49 kW
  • 7 km/kWh
  • -

The electric Mini has had slow but steady sales since introduced in 2020. The small hatchback has a shorter range compared to other EV hatchbacks (note that Mini claims a 233 km range - but this is only possible if you are driving on 50 km/h roads.

Mini Electric Reviews

Vehicle reviews by NZ reviewers.

Tarmac Life
Electric go-karting – Mini Electric Hatch review

"The Mini electric hatch (for the most part) looks like a Cooper S, it just has a few ‘green’ highlights, and drives like it too. It’s a city-dwelling, go kart handling rascal that’s entertaining to pilot and easy on the environment."

Mini Electric review: how does it drive in New Zealand?

"But this one ticks most of them and that's pretty good. I was going to say I don't want to use another Austin Powers reference but I'm gonna: This sort of car, it really is my bag baby."

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How many Mini Electric's have been sold in NZ?

There have been 759 Mini Electric's registered in NZ to date. These were all registered as new.

How many sold per month and year

Mini Electric registrations per month and year, (NZ new and used imports combined).

How has price changed over time?

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