Following the unveiling of the city car from some automaker, such as the Skoda with its five- door version of the Citigo and Volkswagen with its Up!, now this is the time for Seat to reveal its more practical version of its city car dubbed the Mii.
Compared to the 3.56 meter long three- door version, just like the other city cars, the most noticeable change on the Mii is the extra of the rear doors and a slightly lower window line.
Dr. Matthias Rabe who is the Seat vice president for Research and Development stated that the Mii line- up featured a sporty and dynamic styling yet still provides a significant improvement on its usability. He added that the Mii was low weight and futuristic drives, offering sporty and efficient character in the same time. The Mii was connected to the Ecomotive model and it was able to offer an extremely low fuel consumption and CO2 emission.
The Japanese company will take the Mii to have a global debut at the Geneva Motor Show, empowering the mii with a 1.0 liter three- cylinder gasoline engine. The unit is offered in two versions, one produces output of 60 hp and the other one delivers output of 75 ponies.
Both units then mated to the Ecomotive variants which is coming with start- stop tech, figures an average fuel consumption of 4.1 lt/ 100 km and CO2 emission at 96 g/km on the 60 HP engine. On the other hand, the Ecomotive also helps the 75 HP engine in returning an average fuel economy of 4.2 lt/ 100 km and releasing CO2 emission at 98 g/km.
The optional features on the Mii offered are a panoramic glass sunroof and the City Safety Assist automatic braking system. The second is operated at low speed, less than 30 km/ h and it works in order to avoid or diminish the effects of low- speed accidents.
The standard feature that is offered in all models is the Seat Portable infotainment system along with a 5-inch touchscreen. Interestingly, the screen can be removed to be utilized for mobile use.
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