This is the small electric car you’ve been looking for, starting at $29,9001.
We’ve combined our legendary design with all-electric power to create an energetic drive you’ll have to feel to believe.
This MINI Electric is fully loaded with premium standard features like Apple CarPlay™, Active Driving Assistant, and heated front seats for $29,900 or less after potential tax credits. Who knew sustainable driving could be so much fun.
Take a premium Hardtop 2 door and amp it up with electric power and a long-lasting charge – all with zero CO2 emissions. Experience an electric kind of ride only a MINI can provide.
Whether you’re going to your local grocery, commuting to work, or escaping for a fun day trip, your MINI Electric will get you there with just one charge.
We believe purchasing an electric vehicle shouldn’t mean making compromises. The MINI Electric has everything you’d expect, with the unexpected twist of all-electric power. Drive more, wait less, and stay behind the wheel to get wherever you want to go.
Chargers along route
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Leaving the house on E is so outdated. Use the charging cord that came with your car anytime you like in the convenience of your own home – the car plug outlet is any standard three-prong you currently have.
Grocery stores, malls, city centers, and anywhere else, really. Public charging stations are popping up everywhere, so you can live your life and power up at the same time.
SAVE GREEN BY GOING GREEN
Price starts at $29,900
After Potential Incentives
- $7,500 Federal Tax Incentives5
- $4,500 in Fuel Savings over 5 years*
See how much more you could be eligible to save through State and Local Incentives to make this an even more affordable electric car.Learn More
*Actual results will vary for many reasons, including driving conditions and how you drive and maintain your vehicle. The average new vehicle gets 27 MPG and cost $7,500 to fuel over 5 years. Cost estimates are based on 15,000 miles per year at $0.13 per kW-hr. MPGe is miles per gasoline gallon equivalent. Source: fueleconomy.gov