The third generation of the Mini Countryman, expected this autumn, will also be available with electric drive.
Here are the first images of a prototype of the next Mini Countryman in the test phase. Apart from its classic proportions, but with a significantly larger footprint (4.43m in length and 1.61m in height), this is an opportunity to take a look at its technical specifications.
The brand has already revealed that its new Countryman will be offered with both 48V electrified combustion engines and two 100% electric versions. The latter will be powered by a 64.7 kWh battery, offering a theoretical range of around 450 km.
Two power levels
The entry-level electric model, called Countryman E, will have 191 PS (140 kW). The top of the range will be occupied by the Countryman SE ALL4, with all-wheel drive. Two engines, one at the front and one on the rear axle, will deliver a maximum output of 313 PS (230 kW).
Production will start in November 2023 at the Leipzig (D) plant.