Seat has launched the Mii Electric in the UK and is asking £19,300 ($24,859/€22,350), PiCG included, for the only trim level available.
The car is also available from £199 ($256/€230) per month, with a £4,399 ($5,666/€5,094) deposit, and the first 300 customers who place an order before the end of the year will get a wall box charger, 3-pin charging cable and 3 years of servicing and roadside assistance, free of charge.
Aimed at urban driving, the Mii Electric is powered by a 61 kW (83 PS / 82 hp) and 212 Nm (156 lb-ft) of torque electric motor, matched to a single-speed transmission, and can hit 31 mph (50 km/h) in 3.9 seconds. The 36.8 kWh lithium-ion battery provides a range of up to 161 miles (259 km) in the WLTP test cycle and supports DC fast charging, taking less than an hour to charge from 0 to 80 percent.
Offered in a choice of five metallic colors (Tungsten Silver, Chester Blue, Candy White, Deep Black and Tornado Red), it gets standard 16-inch matte Cosmo Grey alloy wheels, LED DRLs, heated and electrically adjustable side mirrors and rear privacy glass.
The interior is highlighted by the chrome detailing, ambient lighting, leather wrapped steering wheel, gear knob and handbrake lever, heated front sports seats wrapped in cloth upholstery and height-adjustable driver’s seat. The car also packs a 5-inch TFT screen, smartphone integration with Drive Mii app, DAB radio, Bluetooth, TomTom sat-nav, USB and AUX ports, remote climate control and a few other features. The Lane Assist, Hill Hold Control, Traffic Sign Recognition and rear parking sensors are standard.
Seat will soon expand its electrified lineup with the new el-Born, plus plug-in hybrid variants of the Tarraco and next-gen Leon, as well as the performance-oriented Cupra Formentor and Leon.