Next-gen Mini Cooper EV To Make its Debut In May 2024 

More information on the second-generation all-electric Cooper EV's drivetrain has been released by Mini. 

The new Mini Cooper EV will make its debut in the world in May 2024, and the petrol version will follow in July. 

The Cooper will be available with both combustion and electric engines, with simply the exhaust pipes or absence thereof serving as a distinguishing feature. 

Like with the present model, range will start at 386 kilometers (up from 241 kilometers). 

The ordinary electric Cooper will have 181 horsepower, while the warmed-up SE will increase that to 218 horsepower.

There will only be two wheel drive options.

This version uses the same 54kWh battery as the SE.