MINI presented a a thrilling range of models of motoring at the Detroit auto show. Various visions for individual mobility in the future world were exhibited at the 2010 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit. It offered an outlook at a future model from MINI. The highlights characteristics of the vehicle are four seats each having own door, overall length of more than four meters or 158” and four-wheel drive.
Ultra-clean and efficient driving qualities are featured by MINI E. A field test was started in the United States and at various places in Europe. MINI presented potential of all-electric motoring which is absolutely free of CO2 in daily traffic. It made a versatile, truly innovative, and up-to-date appearance at the 2010 North American International Auto Show. The MINI, MINI Clubman and the MINI Convertible stood out from all the others in the show. The show was conducted in January 2010. Individual highlights and different characters of each model, and a wide range of engines and equipment options were featured at the show. An open-air model was made available in the North American market as the MINI John Cooper Works Convertible, the MINI Cooper S Convertible, and the MINI Cooper Convertible.
Some of the features of the models include the agility typical of the brand, highly expressive and powerful design, unique premium quality and a wide range of customization options. One of the most important features is the exemplary fuel efficiency. These models used the technologies for reducing emissions and fuel consumption. MINI offered an attractive range of models that met the growing awareness for economy and superior sustainability.
The most innovative character of the MINI Beachcomber Concept brought the pleasure for open-air motoring and driving pleasure. The MINI E also featured an electric motor delivering maximum output of 150 KW/ 204 hp and fed by a lithium-ion battery. The battery enables MINI E for accelerating from a standstill to 100kmph or 62 mph in just 8.5 seconds. It offers a maximum cruising range of 250 km/150 miles.