2025 MINI Countryman Redesign Info & Release Date
The Mini Countryman is receiving a full redesign for the 2025 model year. There’s not a lot of information on the new 2025 Countryman, but we expect the subcompact SUV to utilize a new platform, be available in a new all-electric model, have an updated exterior design, and come with new tech features. Here’s what we expect to see from the 2025 Countryman.
Mini hasn’t released any official pictures for the 2025 Countryman, but the automaker has unveiled the electric version in its entirety. We expect the Countryman Electric and gas-powered Countryman to share a lot of design elements.
At the front, the 2025 Countryman should have diamond-shaped headlights, a burly front bumper, and an oval trim piece that outlines the rectangular grille. Along the side, the Countryman will have wide fenders and roof rails.
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The SUV will be available with a two-tone paint job for some extra pizzazz. The rear end of the 2025 Countryman will have rectangular taillights, a chunky rear bumper, and a blacked-out D-pillar. The new Countryman is expected to be much larger than the model that’s currently on sale, as the electric model is 174.5 inches long, 72.6 inches wide, and 65.2 inches tall.
The interior of the 2025 Mini Countryman will be getting a large overhaul for the new year. The rounded dashboard will have a tiered look with the front portion being finished in a different color to the top. A large circular touchscreen will be positioned in the middle of the dash and act as both the instrument cluster and touchscreen.
Vertically oriented air vents, a multifunction steering wheel, and a toggle switch gear are also found on the inside. With the Countryman’s larger size, we expect the 2025 model to bring more passenger and cargo space.
Mini hasn’t confirmed a lot about the 2025 Countryman’s tech features. The Countryman will have Mini’s latest Operating System 9, a circular screen that’s 9.4 inches in diameter, and the new Mini Intelligent Personal Assistant. We don’t know what kind of tech features the Countryman will have, but we expect Apple CarPlay, Bluetooth, satellite radio, a wireless charging pad, and a premium audio system to be available.
We don’t know what engines the gas-powered 2025 Mini Countryman will come with. With the Countryman’s move to share the same platform as the BMW X1, we also expect the two SUVs to share the same engine. If that happens, the Countryman could come with a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine. We expect the Countryman to be available with different horsepower outputs based on the trim level.
The all-electric 2025 Mini Countryman Electric will come with a single electric motor on the front wheels that makes 201 horsepower. The Countryman will also be available with dual electric motors and all-wheel drive with 308 hp. Mini claims the dual-motor Countryman can get to 60 mph in 5.6 seconds. Mini hasn’t announced battery pack sizes yet, but the SUV can travel up to 287 miles on the WLTP test cycle.
What kind of safety features Mini will offer the 2025 Countryman remains a mystery. We expect the subcompact SUV to be available with similar tech features as the current model. The Countryman currently comes with forward collision warning, automatic emergency braking, lane departure warning, and rear parking sensors as standard. Available safety features include adaptive cruise control and park assist.
Pricing & Release Date
Mini hasn’t confirmed when the 2025 Countryman will go on sale or how much the SUV will cost. Current Countryman pricing ranges from $33,645 to $43,695. With a full redesign, we expect the 2025 Countryman to go up in price. Pricing for the Countryman Electric could start as high as $40,000.
The Mini Countryman competes against other subcompact SUVs like the Lexus UX, Volvo XC40, Mercedes-Benz GLA, Mazda CX-30, Audi Q3, and Cadillac XT4.
Pictured: 2024 Mini Countryman (top), 2023 Mini Countryman (middle)