The five-door version of the Seat Mii has been revealed, following hot on the heels of the five-door Up, Volkswagen’s take on the VW group’s diminutive city car.
The five-door Seat Mii has the same dimensions as the three-door variant, at 3560mm long and 1640mm wide with a 2420mm wheelbase.
The roof contour remains unchanged despite the addition of the extra set of doors, although the window line runs slightly lower than on the three-door car.
Like the five-door Up, the rear windows are of the ‘pop-out’ type. A panoramic sunroof is an option. Luggage space is also unchanged, with a capacity of 251 litres with the rear seats up and 951 litres with them folded down.
The Mii’s 1.0-litre three-cylinder engine is available in 59bhp or 74bhp specification, or as an ultra-frugal Ecomotive unit that features eco technology such as stop-start and brake energy recovery, and returns 67mpg, which equates to 96g/km of CO2.