The Mini Cooper SE is coming just in time for Merdeka. A page on the Mini website now has a countdown timer counting down to 20 days, 17 hours, minutes and seconds at time of publishing.
Carlist.my was one of two publications that actually got a chance to test drive the Mini Cooper SE in the US earlier in the year and my colleague, Aswan left quite impressed at this latest option for urban mobility in city centres.
Able to cover a range of approximately 270km on a single charge is more than ample for those of us who live within 15-20 kilometres of our workplaces.
Naturally aspirated engine purists can fret, we either roll with the times or we get left behind. It's as simple as that really. Mini however has not departed from its existing design language with the Mini Cooper SE, the overall body is the same, but the differences are in small accents, motifs, and a rather unique set of wheels.
So we know what it will look like, when it's arriving but what about its price?
We wait together-gether and see lah.