Bigger and better than ever before, the redesigned Mini Countryman is ready to make its all-electric debut in the U.S. market. With multiple powertrain options and an estimated range of over 250 miles, the 2025 Countryman EV will shape up nicely against other family haulers.
Though this is the largest Mini model to date, it still exhibits the small-car charm that the automaker is known for. The new exterior is readily identifiable as a Mini, and while the cabin is completely overhauled with an updated touchscreen interface, a number of quirky toggles and buttons will appease the brand's diehards. This compact crossover has the right amount of personality, but also more modern hardware to back it up.
The Countryman EV will go on sale next year in the U.S., where it will battle well-established favorites like the Hyundai Ioniq 5 and Ford Mustang Mach-E. We also expect a gas-powered Countryman to join the lineup soon after.