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Mini’s electric car launched in a new style, catches the speed of 100 km / h in a few seconds

BMW Mini has launched the Cooper SE Resolute Edition in a new colour. This car has been introduced in the new Nanook White body color. The white color of this car is inspired by the environment of the North Polar region where the temperature is less than zero degree. The MINI Cooper SE Resolute Edition comes with a high voltage battery pack, advanced electronics and high speed charging technology. The Mini Cooper SE has become a popular electric car across the world for its excellent performance and range.

The electric car is powered by an electric motor that produces 184 bhp (135 kW), which allows the electric car to accelerate from 0-100 km/h in just 7.03 seconds. This electric car has two driving modes – Sport and Green Plus. On full charge, this car can give a certified range of 234 km.

The hood of the Cooper SE Resolute Edition gets exclusive black strips that change color when the light hits them. The ‘Resolute’ badging has also been given in this edition. If customers want it, they can buy it in Nanook White or completely black body color. 17-inch alloy wheels have been installed in this model, in which the spokes of the tentacle design are seen.

The interior of the car gets a light gold theme on the dashboard. Arm rests have been provided in the front seats of the car which makes long journeys comfortable. Talking about some of the other interior features, it gets an anthracite colored headliner, sun protective glazing and sporty steering wheel in Nappa finish.




For safety, the company has given a standard mini driver assistant feature in it, which takes care of both driver and passenger safety. This car has been given the Active Guard Driving Assistance feature which automatically applies brakes when the speed is high. Apart from this, it also got a lane departure warning system, which warns the driver as soon as the lane changes on the highway. To make highway driving safer, a camera-based active cruise control system has also been provided, which automatically creates a safe distance of the car from the vehicle running in front.


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