Mini has launched two new full-electric models as it moves closer to becoming an all-EV brand by 2030.
The Mini Cooper E/SE small hatchback and Mini Countryman compact SUV were unveiled on Friday.
Both models will be seen in public for the first time at the IAA Mobility auto show in Munich from Sept. 5 to 14.
The three-door Mini Cooper will replace the current battery-electric version of the Mini hatchback.
The car will be built in China, Mini said. The current Mini Electric (badged as the Cooper SE in the U.S.) is built at Mini’s plant in Oxford, England, alongside the combustion-engine Mini, which will continue to be sold ahead of a replacement due next year.