Seat has announced the new Mii small city car. The vehicle  will hit the home market in the end of this year, with the rest of Europe following in Spring 2012. Firstly, a three-door variant will be available and the five-door version follows in 2012.

The engine range includes all-new 1.0-litre petrol engines of 60 PS and 75 PS powering the 854 kg Mii. The Mii Ecomotive has a CO2 figure of just 97 g/km. The combined cycle is measured at 4.5 and 4.7 litres per 100 kilometres, respectively.

The City Safety Assist for instance, adds an extra dimension of safety in the city, while the SEAT Portable System brings together entertainment, navigation, phone and vehicle functions in an entirely new way.

There will be three equipment lines, two Style Packs and a wide array of optional equipment and accessories, the Mii can be adapted perfectly to suit individual lifestyles and preferences.

The standard equipment includes ABS, an adjustable steering column, side airbags and Isofix points with Top Tether. Reference and Style are the names of the two other equipment lines in Spain, with Style offering features such as power windows and central locking.

The two equipment packages Chic and Sport offer the choice, with special colour and trim elements for interior personalisation.  Alloy wheels and a leather steering wheel are always part of the package – the chrome package in the Chic version adds a special touch, while the Sport version offers tinted windows and a sporty suspension set-up for an even more.

"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.", he finished.

2012 Seat Mii

Source: Seat