Seat has unveiled the Mii Electric، its first zero-emissions model، as it gears up to introduce the el-Born EV، a plug-in hybrid variant of the next Leon and the plug-in hybrid Cupra Formentor sports SUV، as the Car News said. The Mii Electric shares its drivetrain with the recently revealed Skoda Citigo-e iV and replaces the petrol-engined Mii، which will go out of production in July. With an 82bhp electric motor mated to a single-speed transmission، the Mii Electric produces 156lb ft torque، enabling it to accelerate from 0-31mph in 3.9sec and onto a limited top speed of 81mph. A 36.8kWh battery pack gives a WLTP-certified range of 162 miles. That's 2 miles less than the 164 miles offered by the Citigo-e iV but 79 more than the ageing Volkswagen e-Up. Styling changes over the outgoing Mii are subtle، limited to 16in alloy wheels and the addition of illuminated badging to the back and sides. Unlike the Citigo-e iV، the Mii retains the mesh grille fitted to the petrol car. The Seat Mii is the Spanish brand's take on the Volkswagen Up city car and shares its thrummy 1.0-litre، three-cylinder engine Inside، the Mii Electric sports a redesigned dashboard، heated، 'performance-inspired' seats and a leather steering wheel، handbrake and gear selector. Lane departure warning، cruise control، parking sensors and traffic sign recognition now come as standard. Boot space is unchanged، at 251 litres.