Seat, a Spanish automobile manufacturer, announced that the Mii Electric, it’s first zero-emissions model as it gears up to introduce the el-Born EV, a plug-in hybrid variant of the next Leon and the plug-in hybrid Cupra Formentor sports SUV.
According to Seat, the conversion of Mii to electric power will help to prepare its dealers for the arrival of el-Born in 2020 the first four months of the year. For the future, the firm expects electrified vehicles to play an important role in our product range.
Seat Mii is the Spanish brand’s take on the Volkswagen Up city car and shares its thrummy 1.0-litre, three-cylinder engine.
With an 82bhp electric motor mated to a single-speed transmission, the Mii Electric produces 156lb ft torque, enabling it to accelerate from 0-31mph in 3.9sec and onto a limited top speed of 81mph.
Also,16in alloy wheels and the addition of illuminated badging to the back and sides, unlike the Citigo-e iV. In addition a 36.8kWh battery pack gives a WLTP-certified range of 162 miles.
The production of the Mii Electric will start this year at the Skoda factory in Bratislava, Slovakia. Customers delivery is expected in early 2020.
Mii Electric in 2020