MINI USA is marking Climate Week NYC with the North American debut of the new all-MINI Countryman Electric, following the World Premiere earlier this month at IAA Mobility in Munich. (Earlier post.) Expected to arrive in the US for consumers in the fall of 2024, this evolution for the largest model in the MINI family is another step in the brand’s journey toward fully electrified mobility and sustainable design.
The all-new MINI Countryman Electric features a new digital ecosystem, greater utility, electric power output that keeps the “fun to drive” spirit going, and a design that is forward-thinking but unmistakably MINI.
The all-electric MINI Countryman will be available in two performance levels:
MINI Countryman E with an output of 150 kW/204 hp and a torque of 250 N·m, with a range of 462 km (287 mile).
MINI Countryman SE ALL4 with 230 kW/313 hp and 494 N·m, with a range of 433 km (269 miles).
At the event the New MINI Countryman Electric’s North American debut takes place alongside the appearance of the new BMW CE-04 battery electric scooter and the BMW iX5 Hydrogen prototype that showcases the company’s development of hydrogen technology for future series production.