New Arrival: 2025 Mini Countryman E Set to Hit U.S. Roads in Fall 2024!
Unveiled at the Munich Motor Show as the electric SE ALL4 variant, the 2025 Mini Countryman now introduces its base E version to the U.S.
Differences between the two are evident. The base Mini E, showcased in green, eschews the gold accents of the SE ALL4 for glossy black trim. Notably absent are the matte gold surround on its front grille, the side intakes of the lower bumper, and the sporty green “S”. The distinct panel aft of the C pillar seamlessly integrates into the design, offering a less pronounced appearance.
One of the most evident changes is the wheel design. The base E model features a conventional 18-inch wheel, in contrast to the SE’s 20-inch flashy blades. The larger sidewall on the E gives it a more crossover-esque appearance, although many might prefer the bigger wheel design of the SE.
Rear design similarities persist, but the E’s lower bumper opts for a painted insert rather than brushed brightwork. Additionally, the bright side sills on the E version are replaced by a simple black plastic sill.
For now, Mini has only provided a visual showcase. The electric Countryman E is set to launch in the U.S. in the fall of 2024, with detailed specs and features for the U.S. market to be announced in the near future.