The MINI you know and love, but electric. We’re sure you won’t want to hand the keys back after a quick spin around the block, so we’re offering you a 24-hour MINI Electric test drive*. That should give you plenty of time to discover the feel good benefits of switching to electric – like instant torque, go-kart handling, and mile upon mile of zero-emissions driving. So take it out, locate those charging points and wave goodbye to petrol stations forever.
SPARK YOUR LOVE FOR THE MINI ELECTRIC.
Cruise through the city while embracing the MINI Electric's responsive handling, sensory feedback, and electrifying acceleration. Going 0-62mph in 7.3 seconds may have you imagining the chequered flag, but the iconic design and unmistakable quality will leave you in no doubt that it's a MINI.
Switching to a MINI Electric means you'll benefit from government grants and incentives**, plus pleasingly low maintenance and fuel costs – as little as 4p per mile***. With its range of 145 miles, charging speeds of 0-80% in 36 minutes, and access to over 11,000 charging points in the UK, you’ll soon see that freedom and electric go hand in hand.
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Test Drive subject to availability and applicant status
Park Lane Limited, trading as Park Lane is a credit broker not a lender.
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*Available at participating retailers only.
**Where applicable, MINI Electric OTR price includes Government Plug-In Car Grant of £1,500. The Government Plug-In Car Grant is only available on MINI Electric Level 1 and Level 2. The receipt of this grant is subject to the eligibility of the vehicle for the Plug-in Car Grant scheme at the point of the vehicle’s first registration in the UK. The grant amount and vehicle eligibility may change from time to time following Government policy or regulation. The MINI Electric Collection Edition is no longer eligible for the Government Grant.
*** The advisory electricity rate for fully electric cars is 4 pence per mile. Price may vary. Source: UK Government website - https://www.gov.uk/guidance/advisory-fuel-rates