Greatness comes in all sizes.
The new SEAT Mii electric has an urban feel design through the dash and chrome detailing, and comes with a 5" colour display, six speaker radio, handy smartphone holder and ambient lighting.
It’s not what you have. It’s what you do. And when you’re doing what’s right, even the smallest action makes the biggest difference.
The power to go further.
Charging your Mii electric at home is likely to become part of your everyday routine, so there are two options for home charging, either via a traditional 3-pin plug or a specially installed wallbox. A home wallbox is recommended due to the high energy demands and the significantly faster charge time. A 7kW wallbox can charge your Mii electric three times faster than with a three-pin plug. Plus, all home charging wallboxes are eligible for the £500 OLEV EVHS grant!
Rapid chargers are the fastest way to charge an EV vehicle and are often found in motorway services or in locations close to main roads. The Mii electric is equipped with CCS (combined charging system), which supplies high power direct or alternating (DC/AC) to charge a battery to 80% quickly. Mii electric allows for a maximum of up to 40 kW DC charge and will recharge the battery to 80% in 1 hr. Finding public chargers is easy to do through websites like Zap Map [www.zap-map.com].
Electric power and concrete, together.
Emission-free zones? Tight parking? No problem. The SEAT Mii electric comes with the right size and engine for your city.
Discover the benefits of electric driving with SEAT’s first all-electric vehicle, the Mii electric. Taking only 4 hours to charge to 80% using a wallbox, and a combined range of 161 miles, the new SEAT Mii electric is ready to go the distance when you are.
Be ready for tomorrow.
Manage your car and battery from your smartphone, so you can be ready to go before you even leave the house.
The Mii electric is the first SEAT model to feature SEAT CONNECT, the app that puts a whole host of functions at your fingertips. Use the app to remotely set the interior temperature before you leave the house on a cold winter’s morning, programme charging times to suit your routine, locate your car in a busy car park, or access information about remaining battery range.