I took specs from the CarPervert video review of the MINI Electric (including the 3,175-pound weight Jonny lists for the MINI instead of the 3,009-lb or 3,163-lb numbers quoted by others). I added specs for the eGolf, which Jonny didn't include in his MINI Electric review. His British pricing was retained because many of the cars in the table are not available in the US. I welcome any corrections (with sources, please), which I will post after verifying the sources. So please check later in this thread for updated versions of this table. Despite people complaining that BMW cobbled up the MINI Electric from their parts bin, this car's specs stack up very well against the specs of the clean-sheet design of the Honda e, the car I was hoping Honda would bring to the US. The MINI Cooper SE I've instead ordered will be quicker, lighter, more agile, and less expensive than the Honda e. To Honda's credit, the Honda e's 100 kW FCDC charger enables it to achieve 80% of a full charge 6 minutes quicker than the MINI Electric. Also, the Honda e has four more LCD screens than the MINI Electric. So if you want the joy of feeding virtual fish in an animated aquarium on the dashboard of your electric car, wish for the Honda e, but if you want to accelerate and corner quicker, choose the MINI Electric.