The MINI Countryman E is the latest addition to the brand's electric lineup, and it's making a big impression in New York City. The all-electric SUV debuted in the U.S. during Climate Week NYC, a global event that showcases innovative solutions for tackling climate change. The MINI Countryman E combines the iconic design and driving fun of MINI with a spacious interior, a long-range battery, and a host of smart features that make it a perfect companion for urban adventures.
A New Generation of MINI
The MINI Countryman E is the first model of the new generation of MINI, which aims to become an all-electric brand by 2030. The new Countryman E is based on a new platform that is designed for electric mobility, and it features a distinctive exterior that blends the classic MINI elements with a modern and rugged aesthetic. The front fascia features a hexagonal grille with a yellow E badge, LED headlights with a signature ring, and a large air intake. The side profile showcases the muscular wheel arches, the contrasting roof rails, and the optional Union Jack graphics on the rear pillars. The rear end features LED taillights with a Union Jack motif, a roof spoiler, and a skid plate.
The new Countryman E is available in two variants: the base E model with a single 201-horsepower electric motor on the front axle and the more powerful SE ALL4 model with dual motors and all-wheel drive, delivering 308 horsepower. Both variants have a 75 kWh battery pack that offers up to 240 miles of range for the E model and 225 miles for the SE ALL4 model, according to WLTP standards. The battery can be fast-charged at up to 130 kW, allowing it to go from 10% to 80% in less than 30 minutes.