The SEAT Mii city car has been unveiled, offering practicality, driving fun, high efficiency and innovative technology.
The SEAT Mii is 3.55 metres long and will be available initially as a three door, with a five door model following. Sales will begin at the end of 2011 in Spain and will be made available for the rest of Europe in Spring 2012.
An all new 1.0 litre petrol engines with 60PS and 75PS outputs with top speeds of 99 mph and 106 mph respectively will be available for the SEAT Mii, offering CO2 emissions of 97g/km.
Technology found in the SEAT Mii includes City Safety Assist and the SEAT Portable System which combines entertainment, navigation, phone and vehicle functions.
In the event of danger the SEAT Mii will warn the driver or brake automatically. A laser sensor is used to detect vehicles in front, whether they are stationary or moving. In an accident is imminent and the driver does not respond, the Mii will automatically brake. This can prevent and accident altogether or reduce the severity.
"The new Mii is the perfect partner for everyday urban life. It is young and fresh, thought through to the very last detail and built to the finest quality. The Mii brings clear SEAT identity to the sub-compact segment and is set to win a significant share of the market," said James Muir, President of SEAT S.A. "This is why the Mii is an important addition to the SEAT portfolio and a clear next step in our company strategy. With the Mii, we are starting the most comprehensive model offensive in SEAT history."
Standard safety equipment for the SEAT Mii includes ABS, side airbags and Isofix points with Top Tether.
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