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Mini Electric John Cooper Works in development – UPDATE
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16th Nov 2020
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Mini Electric John Cooper Works in development – UPDATE

UPDATE, November 17: The Mini Electric John Cooper Works has been teased in a video about the BMW iNext (or, by its production name, iX). Bringing cameras into BMW's secretive design studio, images of the new Mini Electric JCW were spotted on a computer and desktop, before been hurriedly covered up in what was clearly a staged scene.
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Ben Zachariah
2020 Mini Electric price and specs revealed for Australia
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6th May 2020
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2020 Mini Electric price and specs revealed for Australia

Mini has announced pricing and specs for the launch edition of its first-ever all-electric model, the Mini Electric, revealing it will arrive in Australia in August this year. The German-owned British marque has said the three-door hatchback will have a national drive-away price of $59,900, or a recommended list price of $54,800 plus on-road costs, when it lands in Australian showrooms.
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Susannah Guthrie
2020 Mini Cooper S 'E' spied undisguised
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29th May 2019
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2020 Mini Cooper S 'E' spied undisguised

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29th May 2019
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2020 Mini Cooper S 'E' spied undisguised

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2019 Mini Electric teased
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12th Jul 2018
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2019 Mini Electric teased

Mini has released a pair of sketches showing components that will feature on the upcoming all-electric version of the Hatch, scheduled for launch in 2019. The first image (above) shows the new model's front grille, while the second (below) shows the futuristic alloy wheel design – both largely unchanged from the Mini Electric concept (bottom) shown last year.
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BMW: Volume EV production not viable until 2020
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24th Mar 2018
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BMW: Volume EV production not viable until 2020

BMW's CEO has confirmed the company will not commit to volume production of electric vehicles (EV) until at least 2020, as he believes current technology isn't profitable enough. Speaking with industry journal Automotive News Europe, Harald Krueger, CEO for the BMW Group, said: "We wanted to wait for the fifth generation to be much more cost competitive. We do not want to scale up with the fourth generation".
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