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Mini Vision Urbanaut: electric and autonomous minivan

The Mini Vision Urbanaut is a prototype that contemplates the future of mobility in a minivan body vehicle equipped with an electric motor and autonomous capabilities.

Mini he returns, in his own words, to his original concept with the presentation of his latest prototype. Is called Mini Vision Urbanaut, and is a collaboration between Mini Design and British designer Paul Smith.

It is currently unknown if this vehicle has any chance of reaching production. Everything indicates that it will remain a mere design exercise.

MINI VISION URBANAUT: EXTERIOR

The image of Mini Vision Urbanaut It has nothing to do with the current aesthetic line of the brand. This prototype opts for a minivan-style bodywork that is ideal for maximizing the space inside, which is essential as it is an autonomous vehicle.

It has rounded headlights flanking a blind grille with the vehicle name clearly visible.

The roof of the Mini Vision Urbanaut is panoramic, while the front windshield can be opened.

The side doors are sliding, which facilitates access to its interior.

The rear offers a similar print to the front, this time with the word Mini just above the name of the prototype.

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MINI VISION URBANAUT: INTERIOR

The cabin of the Mini Vision Urbanaut it benefits from the size of the crystals to be especially bright.

The arrangement of the interior elements can change from something similar to a conventional car, including the driver’s seat, to a space more typical of the living room of a house.

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MINI VISION URBANAUT: MECHANICAL

Engine Mini Vision Urbanaut it is only known that it is electric. No data has been provided or power, or its battery, or its autonomy.

The prototype has autonomous capabilities, although the signature of the BMW Group it has not determined which ones.

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