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Mini Countryman 2025: What's New?


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Mini is one of those rare manufacturers whose aesthetic signature has hardly changed throughout its history. It's a brand that ignites passion and is loved for the unique and distinctive style of its vehicles. Even someone who doesn't know much about cars can recognize a Mini at first glance.

This brings me to talk about the biggest Mini that's undergoing a complete overhaul for 2025. It marks the second generation for a model that has been gaining popularity in recent years. It must be said that the Mini Countryman falls into the category of luxury subcompact SUVs, a segment that has gained significant market share.

A Square Silhouette

Mini belongs to BMW, and it seems that the Bavarian manufacturer has had some influence on the design of the new Countryman. The latter presents more angular and modular shapes. It could be described in hundreds of ways, but I'll just say it looks like a big LEGO block. This is actually quite positive because, in my opinion, the design of the new Mini Countryman is very eye-catching and successful.

Interestingly, the new generation is larger than the previous one, with an additional 6 centimeters in height and 13 centimeters in length, which should result in a slightly more spacious interior.

A Minimalist Cabin

The interior transformation is even more radical than that of the bodywork. The 2025 Mini Countryman features a sleek and very modern dashboard. The real star is the huge 9.5-inch circular screen found at the top of the center console. The Mini experience goes even further with the integration of a personal assistant. All you have to do is say "Hey Mini" to interact with it. The onboard assistant can help you with a wide range of commands, especially regarding the phone and navigation. Mini has also gone all out in terms of finishing, offering unique and elegant combinations of materials and colors.

Gasoline or Electricity

The Mini Countryman 2025 will offer several options in terms of mechanics, starting with the electric model, which will be available in two possible configurations. Firstly, there's the front-wheel-drive version, known as the E model, but you can also opt for the all-wheel-drive SE version. For now, we know that this version will have a power output of 308 horsepower and 364 pound-feet of torque. Mini already announces an average range of 433 kilometers according to the WLTP standard, which means this figure will be considerably lower in North America. Finally, for the gasoline versions, there shouldn't be any changes compared to the current engines.

Jean-Sébastien Poudrier

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