The BMW MINI brand is set to become fully electric in the early next decade. The share of electric vehicle sales in the company’s auto sales worldwide was more than 15 percent in the first half of 2021. The automaker sold 157,799 vehicles worldwide from January to June 2021, of which 23,777 units were electric power trains.
MINI’s first all-electric model, the MINI Cooper SE, sold 13,454 units during the period under review. The brand delivered 31,034 units of the MINI Cooper SE last year from its launch until the end of June 2021 last year. The electric model is equipped with a 135 kW electric motor that produces 184 hp. WLTP is between 203 and 234 miles.
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The MINI Cooper SE Countryman ALL4 premium compact hybrid plug-in sold 10,323 units in the first six months of 2021. The model’s internal combustion engines and electric motors together generate 162 kW / 220 hp. The WLTP has a range of 59 miles and is ideal for daily serum emissions from home and work.
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Germany is at least the largest market for MINI electrified models and then its home market, the United Kingdom. The British brand sold a total of 6,324 units in Germany MINI Cooper SE and MINI Cooper SE Countryman ALL4 from January to June 2021, just under 30 per cent of MINI sales in Germany during that period. The automaker sold 4,027 units of these two models during the period under review in the UK, and in the first half of 2021 MINI accounted for 17.4 per cent of UK sales. With this, he said that MINI was a great success. for the transformation of the brand’s electric mobility.