Mini goes electric: Hybrid version of the upcoming Countryman revealed as its first plug-in car

Mini will soon sell its first plug-in hybrid car when the new Countryman arrives in UK showrooms next year.
The carmaker confirmed its first step into the hybrid market at the weekend, previewing what the second-generation compact SUV will look like for 2017.
The Countryman PHEV will be capable of driving at speeds of up to 78mph in pure-electric mode, the manufacturer has claimed.
The second-generation of the popular Mini crossover is due to be unveiled later in October, but ahead of the official unwrapping the brand rubber-stamped rumours that it would offer a petrol-electric version that... read more

17 October 2016 in Business, Views: 45
Source: Daily Mail

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