New Electric Mini Countryman Unveiled: With Impressive 287-Mile WLTP Range
Mini’s first made-in-Germany electric model, the third-generation Countryman, has been officially revealed.
Largest Model in the Lineup
- Size and Dimensions: Measuring 174.5 inches in length, 72.5 inches in width, and 65.1 inches in height, it’s the largest Mini model.
- Debut at IAA Munich: The new Countryman will make its public debut alongside the Mini Cooper EV at IAA Munich starting on September 5.
Two Power Levels
- Countryman E: Features a WLTP-rated range of 287 miles and is powered by a 201 hp front-mounted electric motor.
- Countryman SE ALL4: Offers a WLTP range of 269 miles with a dual-motor all-wheel drive setup producing a combined 308 hp.
Battery and Charging
- Battery Capacities: Specific battery capacities are not mentioned in the official press release, but previous teasers suggested a 54 kWh pack for the Countryman E and a 64 kWh pack for the Countryman SE ALL4.
- Charging Rates: Both models can accept up to 22 kW of AC power and up to 130 kW at a DC fast charger.
- Acceleration: The Countryman E accelerates from 0 to 62 mph in 8.6 seconds, while the SE ALL4 version does it in 5.6 seconds.
- Top Speed: The E reaches a top speed of 105 mph, while the SE ALL4 tops out at 111 mph.
Comparative Charging Performance
- Better Charging Rates: Compared to smaller Mini Cooper EV models, which can accept up to 11 kW of AC power and a maximum of 95 kW when connected to a DC fast charger, the electric Countryman boasts superior charging capabilities.