MINI’s all-new battery electric vehicle, the MINI Cooper SE, is heading to the Los Angeles Auto Show. This entry brings the fun iconic MINI driving style to the electric car and brings the electric car to the affordable realm, with a Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of $29,900 plus an $850 Destination & Handling fee. The MINI Cooper SE is expected to cost the buyer as low as $17,900 with federal tax credits and state electric vehicle tax credits in some states.
“Automobility LA and the Los Angeles International Auto Show are the perfect venue to showcase the newest products in our lineup, which are the bookends of the brand focused on electric mobility and performance,” said Michael Peyton, Vice President, MINI of the Americas. “The state of California and Los Angeles are key regions for our business and we expect these two vehicles in particular to be very popular with consumers who want fun, whether they’re looking for electrification or high performance.”
The new MINI Cooper SE will go on sale early March 2020 at MINI dealers across the U.S., while the MINI John Cooper Works GP is expected at U.S. dealers mid-2020. For more information on both vehicles, please see the U.S. Market Pricing releases for the MINI Cooper SE and the MINI John Cooper Works GP.