SEAT’s first ever production electric car is based on the Mii subcompact, and is essentially a rebadged version of the Skoda Citigo-e IV.
The Mii electric is only the first SEAT EV to come, with more all-electric and PHEVs to join the model in the upcoming years, including the all-electric el-Born, plug-in hybrid versions of the Tarraco, Leon, Cupra Formentor and Cupra Leon.
The model is powered by an electric motor coupled to a single speed transmission. Thanks to the 83 horsepower and 212 Nm of instant torque, the petite five-door can reach 50 kph (31 mph) from a standstill in just 3.9 seconds, making it perfect for accelerating in and out of city traffic. The SEAT MII has a 36.8 kWh lithium-ion battery pack, which provides the city model with up to 260 kilometers (161.5 miles) on a single charge in the new WLTP test cycle. Charging time with an AC 7.2 kW charger to 80% capacity should take under 4 hours, while a high-speed DC with 40 kW should charge the battery to the same capacity in less than an hour.