MINI has announced the pricing for the fully electric 2020 MINI Cooper SE, which will arrive in March with a price tag starting at $30,750, which includes the destination fees.

The 2020 MINI Cooper SE starts at $29,900, but MINI is quick to point out that the final price can drop as low as $17,990 after the available federal and state tax credits. The Cooper SE is powered by a 181 horsepower electric motor and a 32.6 kWh battery pack. The EPA hasn’t announced the official driving range for the Cooper SE, but it’s expected to be able to drive around 114 miles on a single charge.

The Cooper SE comes with a 7.4 kW AC Charger, which allows for a 100% charge at home in as little as 4 hours, as well as DC Charging at up to 50 kW, which allows for charging in as little as 35 minutes to achieve an 80% charge.

It comes standard with a navigation system with 6.5” display, Apple CarPlay, heated front seats, active driving assistant with forward collision warning, auto rain sensing wipers and automatic climate control.