MINI’s one of the best-selling can the Countryman is going to rule the road with all-electric power and features. This third-generation MINI Countryman will share all the BMW technology that electric car users desire. It will be a pure-electric variant to the model for the first time.

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What are the new features?

The new Countryman will arrive in 2023. But electric car enthusiasts are already having an eagerness to know about this model. It will be the most radical addition to the line-up. The electric car will come with a similar retro-style design as its predecessors. However, MINI has decided to enhance the size of its SUV. Because a bigger size is mandatory to accommodate all-electric SUV features. So, the next generation of Countryman will become the largest MINI ever.

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The new Countryman will retain MINI’s 2.0-litre turbocharged four-cylinder engine. Users can use of 48-volt electrification of this model. It can produce more power and contribute to reducing emissions. It is also offering 215bhp and 360Nm which are the most desirable features for electric car users.

Some more exciting features

MINI has decided to do some experiments with the design language of this new Countryman. The first official look also proved that the carmaker is set to evolve with this electric car appearance. The three-door Hatch and a subtler variation of the front lower grille make this vehicle a new design ethos. The next-generation gorgeous outlook will be the first among MINI’s many new arrivals.

The fully electric Countryman is featuring trapezoidal tail-lights. The carmaker decided to stretch the new one a little bit. The new model will be 4.5 meters long while the current one’s length is around 4.3 meters. So, the new generation Countryman will allow more space that is more suitable for the new small electric SUV. It is assumed that the new Countryman will beat its rivals in the market like Audi Q3 and the Volvo XC40.

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Former MINI boss Bernd Körber said last year, “I think once you get EVs to a certain range, for the MINI use case, I don’t see a big market for PHEV.”