By Jon LeSage BMW will be bringing its flexible electrified vehicle architecture over to an all-electric Mini in 2019.
An all-electric variant of the brand’s core 3-door small car model, also known as the Mini Cooper, will start production that year. Car buyers will be able to consider a traditional gasoline or diesel engine version, a plug-in hybrid, or a battery electric model.
The battery electric Mini will have its electric drivetrain built at BMW’s Dingolfing and Landshut plants in Bavaria. Next it will go the company’s plant in Oxford, England, which is the main assembly plant for the Mini’s 3-door model.
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