The Seat Mii Electric, which was introduced at the end of 2019 at prices from 20,650 euros, was sold out at the beginning of 2020, and the Volkswagen subsidiary is now bringing back the electric car in the "Edition Power Charge" version. The regular model costs from 24,650 euros.

The Seat Mii Electric has a 61 kW (83 PS) electric motor, which means it accelerates from 0 to 100 km / h in 12.3 seconds and its top speed is a regulated 130 km / h. With the 32.3 kWh lithium-ion battery used, 251 kilometres are possible in accordance with the WLTP standard. The battery pack can be charged to 80 per cent in one hour at a DC fast charging station with 40 kW charging power.

The Seat Mii electric "Edition Power Charge" includes height-adjustable front seats, asymmetrically folding rear seats, electric windows, leather-covered steering wheel, winter package including electrically adjustable and heated exterior mirrors, heated front seats, heated windshield and LED daytime running lights in the bumper, climatronic, and a radio system with six loudspeakers and 5-inch colour display, tinted rear and side windows in the rear row of seats and 16-inch alloy wheels.

The safety features of the Seat Mii electric Edition Power Charge include ESP and ABS, the driver assistance package including white ambient lighting, cruise control and ultrasonic rear parking aid. Light and rain sensors, tire monitoring displays and lane departure warning systems are also on board.
The sister models of the Seat Mii electric, the VW e-up! and the Skoda CitigoE IV still cannot be ordered. It remains to be seen whether these will be made available again.

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