Mini is planning to have an all-electric model lineup by 2030, but the Mini Cooper Electric has been the only EV from the automaker available in the United States. However, customers won’t have to wait until the end of the decade for the next electric model. Mini has unveiled the 2025 Mini Countryman SE ALL4, an electric version of the manufacturer’s subcompact crossover.
The Countryman SE ALL4 will have an all-wheel-drive, dual-motor powertrain producing 313 horsepower. The crossover will utilize a 66.45-kilowatt-hour battery that will provide 269 miles of range. Mini will also offer a single-motor, front-wheel drive variant outside the United States, the MINI Countryman E, producing 204 horsepower. Also, those hesitant about buying an electric car will still be able to buy an internal combustion version of the new Countryman.
The 2025 Mini Countryman SE ALL4 will hit showrooms in September 2024. Mini hasn’t yet revealed pricing information for its electric crossover.
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