Mini will use the Frankfurt Motor Show to debut its Mini Electric Concept.

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The name is... somewhat straightforward.

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Built for use in urban areas, you can expect to see this concept become reality in 2019.

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The grille and headlights have been tweaked to account for the fact that the electric motor doesn't need a massive air channel.

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Out back, the taillights have been redesigned to incorporate the Union Jack.

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Mini never passes up an opportunity to fly its home flag.

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Sadly, Mini did not give out any information about the concept's drivetrain.

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I guess we'll just have to wait until the real thing debuts in 2019.

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In the meantime, if you want to check out this bad boy, book yourself a ticket to the Frankfurt Motor Show. The press days kick off on Sept. 12.

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We'll be up close and personal with everything from Frankfurt that week, so keep your eyes peeled.

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