The Mini-E field trial brought some mixed results. Limited range, a 20 hour charge time, and batteries that take up the entire back seat left a bit to be desired. Another problem is not with the car itself, but with the lack of public charging infrastructure; there are only 734 charging stations in the country.
It’s a step in the right direction, but the electric car infrastructure needs to catch up and battery technology needs to improve for the Mini-E to be a viable alternative to its gas-powered brethren.
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