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Mini M2
« on: March 19, 2021, 08:21:32 AM »
Mini M2 microcar. Will it work as a replacement for a regular electrician, or will it only tempt the young impatient? First impression - quite good build quality. It is obvious that the vehicle comes from China, but it does not have to mean poor quality. The materials are well-fitted and aesthetic. Dynamics does not really knock, but to 35-40 km / h the vehicle accelerates quite nimbly, and that should be enough. For "racers" there is a High-Speed version, which can go about 80 km/h. There is enough space inside for two people (fatter ones may have problems with elbows, but that's the width of the body), a large suitcase or medium shopping will also fit. The bench at the back has no belts or homologation, a dog can sit on it.

Does such a car make sense? Depends on the situation. I would certainly advise against daily driving in a large city when we need to move efficiently and over long distances. Mini M2 will not be a substitute for an electric vehicle, it is cramped and slow. But if a teenager (sensible!) is in a hurry behind the wheel or older people are looking for a vehicle to move to get groceries - we can recommend this vehicle. However, the condition is to drive in a quiet neighborhood, changing three lanes on a busy street is not a task for the Mini M2. However, as a four-wheeler for local driving, it defends itself excellently.

Mini M2 microcar - technical data:
Electric motor. Nominal/peak power 6/13 hp
Rear-wheel drive/reduction gear
Length/width/height 2845/1500/1565 mm
Wheelbase 1815 mm
Suspension, front independent, rear rigid axle, springs
Maximum speed 50 km/h
Range 80-100 km
Battery 8.6 kWh