The Volkswagen Group is accelerating its plans to electrify its range of models. The German conglomerate wants to have all the brands that form the various models of this type in its catalog. Volkswagen, as a firm, already of e-Up!, the sale and the next brand that will have your car power Seat with a variant of your Miiwill be.
The Spanish firm has decided to introduce the new e-Mii in the framework of the ‘ Mobile World Congress ‘ being carried out these days in Barcelona. As in the case with the Up!, electric variant of the urban small Seat used the name e in front of your name to designate it and distinguish it from their brothers in range.
According to the plans of the firm, this model should be at dealers in the country for the year 2019. But until this happens, the Spanish firm has decided that they will be available to customers through a system of car-sharing. As they do Smart or the PSA group, Seat wants to do the same and to differentiate themselves from these firms, the chosen city is Barcelona.
Aesthetic e-Mii will change some of its features to provide you with a more differentiated picture. To make us an idea, should expect from the Mii-e the same changes that has suffered the e-Up!, Volkswagen. In addition, that will not suffer many changes with respect to the e-Up!, is its mechanical electric.
The e-Mii will have an 82-HP electric motor and a maximum torque of 210 Nm. With the you can reach a top speed (electronically limited) of 130 kilometers per hour. Your acceleration will be zero to one hundred in 11.2 seconds and you can go between charges up to 160 kilometers (according to the optimistic type-approval NEDC cycle).
Best thing about this model is that you can charge to 80 per cent of its batteries in half an hour if you use a fast-charging socket. In case of being an outlet for domestic use, recharge time is extended until 9: 00.
Arrival at Barcelona’s streets has not yet been confirmed by the Spanish brand. The only thing we know is that initially a fleet of 10 Seat there will be e-Mii can be rented by the users through an app for smartphones.
Source – Seat