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The MINI E. Compilation.
 
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  • 1. BMW Group Press Conference IAA Motor Show 2009, Sebtember 2009.
  • 2. MINI E UK research project, October 2009.
  • 3. Functions of MINI E, Glenn Schmidt, Head of MINI E Cooperation Projects.
  • 4. Presentation MINI E, November 2008.
  • 5. BMW Group Press Conference LA Auto Show 2008, November 2008.
  • 6. Press Conference MINI E, Berlin – Powered by Vattenfall, November 2008.
  • 7. Presentation of Project MINI E Berlin – Powered by Vattenfall, February 2009.
  • 8. BMW Group Press Conference at the Geneva Motor Show 2009, March 2009.
  • 9. BMW Group Press Conference at the Auto Shanghai 2009, April 2009.
  • 10. BMW Group plans UK launch of MINI E, June 2009.
  • 11. Projekt MINI E Berlin – Powered by Vattenfall: Handover to user, June 2009.
  • 12. MINI E at the BR Radltour, September 2009.


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Footage contains 12 Scenes:
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    #1: Presentation MINI E, November 2008.
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    #2: BMW Group Press Conference LA Auto Show 2008, November 2008.
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    #3: Press Conference MINI E, Berlin – Powered by Vattenfall, November 2008.
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    #4: Presentation of Project MINI E Berlin – Powered by Vattenfall, February 2009.
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    #5: BMW Group Press Conference at the Geneva Motor Show 2009, March 2009.
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    #6: BMW Group Press Conference at the Auto Shanghai 2009, April 2009.
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    #7: BMW Group plans UK launch of MINI E, June 2009.
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    #8: Projekt MINI E Berlin – Powered by Vattenfall: Handover to user, June 2009.
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    #9: MINI E at the BR Radltour, September 2009.
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    #10: BMW Group Press Conference IAA Motor Show 2009, Sebtember 2009.
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    #11: MINI E UK research project, October 2009.
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    #12: Functions of MINI E, Glenn Schmidt, Head of MINI E Cooperation Projects.
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    #1: Presentation MINI E, November 2008.
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    #2: BMW Group Press Conference LA Auto Show 2008, November 2008.
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    #3: Press Conference MINI E, Berlin – Powered by Vattenfall, November 2008.
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    #4: Presentation of Project MINI E Berlin – Powered by Vattenfall, February 2009.
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    #5: BMW Group Press Conference at the Geneva Motor Show 2009, March 2009.
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    #6: BMW Group Press Conference at the Auto Shanghai 2009, April 2009.
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    #7: BMW Group plans UK launch of MINI E, June 2009.
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    #8: Projekt MINI E Berlin – Powered by Vattenfall: Handover to user, June 2009.
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    #9: MINI E at the BR Radltour, September 2009.
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    #10: BMW Group Press Conference IAA Motor Show 2009, Sebtember 2009.
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    #11: MINI E UK research project, October 2009.
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    #12: Functions of MINI E, Glenn Schmidt, Head of MINI E Cooperation Projects.
 
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Presentation MINI E, November 2008.
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Stills exterior Design in Landscape. Stills interior Design, several shots. Driving shots, several shots. MINI E in downtown Los Angeles, various shots. MINI E in Hollywood, various shots.
BMW Group Press Conference LA Auto Show 2008, November 2008.
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Norbert Reithofer, Chairman of the Board of Management of BMW AG. The dream of emission free driving has already become reality. Making its world premiere here in LA the MINI E.
Press Conference MINI E, Berlin – Powered by Vattenfall, November 2008.
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British Eembassy in Berlin. Group picture with MINI E (Norbert Reithofer/Chairman of the Board of Management of BMW AG, Embassador Sir Michael Arthur, Federal Environment Minister Sigmar Gabriel, Tuomo Hatakka/Senior Executive Vice President Vattenfall Europe AG). Norbert Reithofer, Chairman of the Board of BMW AG, and Tuomo Hatakka, Senior Executive Vice President Vattenfall Europe AG, connecting MINI E to charging station. MINI E leaving embassy. Tuomo Hatakka, Senior Executive Vice President Vattenfall Europe AG. Question: What can Vattenfall contribute to develop e-mobility? Answer: “We are developing rules to find more effective methods to store electricity from renewable sources, e. g. wind energy. Grid management is an important part of future electricity networks”. … “We have to start somewhere. First we need these electric vehicles; and of course there will be development in these technologies. Well, I would say: ‘the sky is the limit!’” (Translation).
Presentation of Project MINI E Berlin – Powered by Vattenfall, February 2009.
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MINI E at charging station (in house), press photographer. MINI E at charging station out side with snow. Driving scenes in front of Berlin town hall “Rotes Rathaus”. Oliver Weinmann, Project Manager MINI E Berlin, Vattenfall: “Today we have put in operation the first public charging station, where every customer can fill up. And we will take another 50 stations in operation, so that customers can fill up anywhere in the city”. (Translation). “The customer can pay relatively simple. He identifies himself with a card, similar to a debit card, at the charging station and then gets the amount on the electricity bill at home.” (Translation). “Yes we see a big challenge to reduce CO2-emissions in the energie industrie as well as in the mobility. And we see electromobility as one of the chances to reduce emissions if we use renewable fiuels as wind energy.” (Translation).
BMW Group Press Conference at the Geneva Motor Show 2009, March 2009.
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Lake of Geneva panorama. Motor Show with BMW and MINI booth. Norbert Reithofer , Chairman of the Board of Management of BMW AG: “Ladys and Gentlemen, driving pleasure without emissions—this is not a vision any more. Here is the first MINI with a fully electric drive train! 500 customers in L.A. and New York will be testing the MINI E in everyday urban life. And soon the MINI E will also appear on the roads of big cities in Europe. So the BMW Group has the largest electric car fleet right now!” (Translation). Ian Robertson, Member of the board of Management BMW AG, Sales and Marketing. “Good afternoon ladies and gentleman and welcome to MINI! What a unique experience! I really enjoyed my trip over here in the MINI E. With a fully electronic-powered drive-train, the MINI E offers a whole new world of emission-free driving fun”.
BMW Group Press Conference at the Auto Shanghai 2009, April 2009.
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Shanghai panorama and dowtown views. MINI booth, several shots. Ian Robertson, Member of the Board of Management of BMW AG, Sales and Marketing. “This is a fully electric powered vehicle - produces zero emissions and wich is especialy ideal in mega citys.The MINI E is the first result of project i - a dedicated unit at the BMW Group which develops solutions for sustainable individual mobility. As part of a pilot project – there are over 500 MINI E vehicles being tested in everyday urban driving in the United States, Germany and soon in the UK. Our customers’ feedback will assist us in gaining valuable know-how and experience with electric-powered vehicles. I stress at this point it is only a pilot project – but over 500 vehicles.”
BMW Group plans UK launch of MINI E, June 2009.
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Ian Robertson, Member of the Board of Managment of BMW AG, Sales and Marketing presents MINI E to UK Primeminister Gordon Brown and attendants, several shots. Secretary of State Geoff Hoon and Lord Peter Mandelson driving MINI E, several shots. Geoff Hoon, Secretary of State for Transport. “What we want to see our people buy british made vehicles in the United Kingdom, we want to see them buying electric vehicles and the electric MINI is the perfect solution.” Lord Peter Mandelson, Secretary of State for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform. „It’s a great car, it’s a driving sensation. I mean not only is it very comfortable and speedy, it’s so quiet, it just doesn’t intrude it just goes and that’s great.“ “Well, we want to see the MINI E - amongst others - coming forward demonstrating the appeal, the value of electric cars to the British consumer.” MINI E in London fog, several shots.
Projekt MINI E Berlin – Powered by Vattenfall: Handover to user, June 2009.
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MINI E in front of Meilenwerk Berlin. 50 MINI E parking (Meilenwerk Berlin.) Foto shooting T. Hatakka, S. Gabriel, F. Eichiner in front of MINI E. Press conference (Meilenwerk Berlin). Dr. Friedrich Eichiner, Member of the Board of Management of BMW AG, Finance: Question: Which meaning will have electric driving in future? Answer: „ Well, we are convinced that electric vehicles will become increasingly important. To be able to reach the demanding climate goals, one will have to drive emission free. Of course we should not pin up the expectations. There will be a level approach curve to appreciable market shares of electric vehicles, but in the long term it is absolutely a technology which we may not neglect.“ (Translation). Tuomo Hatakka, Senior Executive Vice President Vattenfall Europe AG. Question: Have you already driven a Mini E yourselves? Answer: „I am brim over with enthusiasm for this car that simply makes fun – it is very efficient and of course the most important one: very eco-friendly. “ (Translation). Statement user: „We both are students at the University of Technology of Berlin and study automotive technology and have occupationally – I am student employee in the automotive department – and there occupationally I had to deal with the issue. I had to look into fleet tests on electric mobility. Thereby I noticed among other things this project. I found it very interesting - a sporty car in terms of green mobility. – That’s something, I thought, be involved with would be exciting. “ Question: What costs you the participation? Answer: „ It costs 400 Euros per month and we both have considered, to club pool funds. I now hand over my car to my sister so long and she returns to me a little bit, so it is not such a heavy burden for us. We are just both still students and do not have of course so much money. But we want to help in this innovative story. “ (Translation). Student couple obtains its MINI E, and drives through Berlin home, several shots.
MINI E at the BR Radltour, September 2009.
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Spectators admire MINI E. Charging of MINI E. MINI E drives through inflatable BR portal and bavarian landscape. Break of “Radltour”. Biker around MINI E, several shots.
BMW Group Press Conference IAA Motor Show 2009, Sebtember 2009.
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Exhibition hall exterials, several shots. Norbert Reithofer, Chairman of the Board of Management of BMW AG: “The MINI E is exactly the opposite of the BMW 7 Series, a small car with which we achive great goals. We prove it: climate protection makes also fun! We regard it as our task to create a balance between environmental needs and attractive products. Fact is: no other electric car has traveled more kilometers and miles as our MINI E. The experience of our customers with the MINI E we use for our mega-city vehicle. You already know it, it will come as a sub-brand of BMW on the market.” (Translation)
MINI E UK research project, October 2009.
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Long shot of „Millenium Wheel“ and Big Ben. MINI E in front of London sky line. Traffic sign "Low emission zone." MINI E in the inner city. Shopping pedestrian, various shots. MINI E on reserved parking for electric vehicles. Big Benn in Abenddämmerung. MINI E in nächtlicher Innenstadt, verschiedene Einstellungen. Big Benn in evening twilight. MINI E at night downtown, various shots.
Functions of MINI E, Glenn Schmidt, Head of MINI E Cooperation Projects.
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“The most important component with an electric vehicle is the battery. And with the MINI E the battery sits in the back of the vehicle. The battery consists of 5088 individual LI-Ion-cells wich are connected. These 5088 cells are connected together in 48 modules, and these 48 modules are connected together and as a hole they mke up the battery. The battary stores the energy - and the energy is of course very, very crucial – the electric energy to propell the electric motor wich sits in the front of the vehicle. Yes, the battery does require cooling. When the battery releases energy than heat is created and this heat is needs to be taken away from the vehicle. And the cooling function is like this: Air is sucked out of interiour of the vehicle, flows over the battery and warm air is released from the back of the vehicle.” “The heat wich is created is taken away, flows over the battery and lives the vehicle at the very back.” “Under the hood of the MINI E there are two important things: The first thing is the electric motor. The electric motor generates 150 kW, that’s the equivalent of over 200 HP and the electric motor generates also 220 Nm. The electric motor is responsible for the attractive driving experience that you have with the MINI E. On top of the electric motor is the power electronic unit. The power electronic unit in this golden box here is responsible for the stearing the energy within the vehicle.” “There is really no major difference in driving an electric MINI. There are two things you notice: The one thing that you notice, becouse it’s an electric vehicle is that’s very, very quired, also no sound is crated once you drive the vehicle. The second point that you notice as well is, as soon as you no longer press on the accelerator and release the accelerator, the vehicle slows down and this is what we refere to as recuperation. The engine works as a generator slows the vehicle down, breakes it and the energy that’s created flows back in to the battery.” “There is no big difference in handling the car. It’s an automatic, so you simply need to put the gear to D and you are ready to drive. And the second point that you also notice in the front of the vehivcle here is the state of charge indicator wich indicates the level of the power still left in the battery.” Long shot of explain action. Glenn Schmidt comes to the car, opens doors, boot and bonnet. Interior shots, Tachometer details, pedals, gear selector switch. Approach to the charging station outside of BMW world entrance. Preparation of charging MINI E.

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