Meet the new Mini Electric, or Mini Cooper S E depending on which part of the world you're in. It's another of 2020's growing selection of electric superminis and city cars, with a familiar yet different design and batteries instead of a combustion engine.
But there are plenty of those - the Mini aims to set itself apart with the same handling prowess and performance on par with its petrol-powered rangemates. Two goals it needs to achieve when the Honda e is looking to sway customers with its styling and cutting edge technology.
So, does the Mini Electric have the charm and driver appeal you'd expect of the brand? Or is it too much money for an EV with only average electric range? Join Matt Saunders as he gets behind the wheel to find out.