Battery and Charging
|Range WLTP||265 km|
Battery pack capacity
kWh is a unit of energy, equivalent to the energy transferred in one hour by one kilowatt of power. The average electric car can do around 3 mi (5 km) on 1 kWh of energy.
Max charging power (AC)
Maximum power the car can take when charging from an alternating current power socket. It is determined by the on-board charger power.
Max charging power (DC)
Maximum power the car can take when charging at specially designed DC charging stations. Such stations are usually located near the main highways to enable convenient road trips.
|Avg. charging speed (DC)||~202 km/h|
|Acceleration 0-100 km/h||12.5 s|
|Top speed||130 km/h|
|Engine power, hp||82 hp (61 kW)|
|Engine torque||210 Nm|
|Efficiency||14 kWh/100 km|
Permanent-magnet motor is good for efficiency, while AC-induction motor can produce greater power.
Body and Chassis
|Number of seats||4|
|Dimensions (LxWxH)||3556 x 1646 x 1478 mm|
Curb weight or kerb weight is the total weight of a vehicle with standard equipment, all necessary operating consumables such as transmission oil and air conditioning refrigerant, while not loaded with either passengers or cargo.
Maximum cargo volume of the vehicle with the seats upright.
The 36.8 kWh lithium‑ion battery allows for a range of up to 265 km in the WLTP cycle – meaning the Mii Electric is perfectly equipped for traffic in modern cities.
It can be recharged to 80 per cent in 1 hour using a CCS (Combined Charging System) charging cable connected to a 40 kW DC fast charger. Using a 7.2 kW AC wall box, the battery is charged to 80 per cent in 4 hours 8 minutes, or 12 hours 37 minutes using a 2.3 kW home‑charging station.
The front‑wheel‑drive Seat features an electric motor with a power output of 61 kW. The maximum torque of 210 Nm (155 lb-ft) is available straight away, as is typical for electric motors. The car accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 12.5 seconds. Its top speed is 130 km/h.