What People Are Saying About Mini Cooper Going Electric— Again
Published by Hill Report - August 5, 2020
With all of the Nissan Leafs and Chevy Bolts on the road today, it may seem hard to remember when electric vehicles, EVs, were uncommon. However, only ten years ago, EVs were virtually unattainable to the average person. It was only in 2009 that the first major car manufacturer released over 500 EVs for private use— and no, it was not Tesla. It was BMW’s Mini Cooper!
Starting at $29,900, this stylish and spunky roadster is one of the most affordable electric cars around.