We talked about this in the past, but it does seem that the MINI E is having a hard time dealing with cold weather.

>Remember that time you left your phone in the car on a cold night when you went to dinner, and when you got back to it, the battery was nearly dead because it had gotten so cold? Yeah, that would be happening a lot if you had an electric car that didn’t take temperature into account. And so the testers of BMW Mini Es are finding out in cold weather: range seems to be reduced by half in 23° temperatures.

We would be interested in hearing about how the cold weather is affecting you in your MINI E. Sound off in the comments.

+BMW Mini E sees huge mileage drop in cold weather – Crunchgear.com