- Concept follows first electrified Mini – the Countryman Plug-in hybrid
- Concept to be unveiled at Frankfurt Motor Show next month
- Production car to be revealed in 2019
Mini Electric Concept previews 2019 production car
We’re just two years away from our first chance to drive an all-electric Mini, and this new concept gives us a clear idea of what we can expect it to look like.
While the car you see here is officially a concept, Mini makes no secret that it previews a production car that will be unveiled in two years’ time. It follows the launch of the company’s first electrified car, the Countryman plug-in hybrid, which went on sale earlier this year.
The silver paintwork on the car is offset by various yellow details, including on the grille, the roof and in the wheels. The door mirror caps are yellow, too, and incorporate a ‘Mini E’ badge, and there is another huge ‘E’ badge behind the front wheels on the doors.
At the rear, meanwhile, there’s further yellow detailing, while the LEDs in the two rear lights each make one half of the Union Jack flag.