BMW Mini E

  • Mini MINI electric car

    MINI’s parent, BMW, is trying to put its best environmental foot forward in its support of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. In addition to supplying low-emission vehicles for the games, BMW has also provided a fleet of 160 1-Series ActiveE models, used by broadcasters and athletes to get to and from events. MINI has provided 40 copies of its MINI E electric car as well, used primarily for operations support and for the Olympic Torch Relay events. As the eyes of the world are on London, MINI thought it would be an opportune time to debut its latest electric model, the Mini...

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