The classic Mini Cooper that's gone electric: BMW swaps petrol engine for battery power and a 65-mile range



It's not a move that will please the Mini purists. 
BMW, the German owner of the classic British brand, has decided to showcase the zero-emissions future of the iconic marque by taking a classic Mini and swapping its petrol engine for electric power.
The Mini Cooper's original peppy 1,275cc four-cylinder powerplant was replaced with lithium-iron phosphate batteries and an electric motor, which the car maker says showcases 'the brand's unmistakable character whilst embracing zero local emissions technology'.
In some diehard Mini fans' minds that statement might translate into one word... read more

 
2 April 2018 in Business, Views: 64
Source: Daily Mail
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