After Mini unveiled the 2025 Countryman at September’s IAA Mobility Show in Munich and then provided us with a peek of it in New York City last month, the car manufacturer has now presented the compelling new Countryman SE ALL4 in full. It has also been kind enough to drop a comprehensive gallery of the car, although it is not yet known when it will reach the hands of customers.
Underpinning the new Countryman family is the BMW Group’s UKL architecture used by the likes of the BMW X1/iX1 and the BMW 2-Series Active Tourer. Entry-level models come with a single electric motor pushing out 201 hp and 184 lb-ft (250 Nm) of torque but it is the SE ALL4 version that should get shoppers excited. Mini describes it as a “versatile adventurer” and a “reliable companion for exploring new paths.” That may be some lame PR speak but the SE ALL4 certainly appears to be the most well-rounded of all the electric Minis.
First is the powertrain. Driving the Countryman SE ALL4 is a pair of electric motors that combine to produce 313 hp and 364 lb-ft (494 Nm) of torque. These motors give the EV all-wheel drive and allow it to hit 100 km/h (62 mph) in 5.6 seconds and reach a 180 km/h (112 mph) top speed. Providing the motors with their juice is a 66.45 kWh battery pack that supports 130 kW DC charging, meaning the battery can be topped up from 10-80% in less than 30 minutes.
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The exterior design of the SE ALL4 is notably different than the base Countryman E and reflects its more rugged and capable personality. These changes start at the front end with a skid plate that’s there more for appearances than practicality but is still a nice touch. A unique set of 20-inch wheels with bronze-colored spokes also comes standard on the SE ALL4, as does distinctive badging. Nicely complementing the tweaked front end is a unique diffuser and black bumper.
Both the Countryman E and Countryman SE ALL4 share the same interior. The obvious highlight is the round 9.4-inch OLED display housing all of the infotainment systems. Mini has also overhauled the new car’s dashboard, door panels, and center console, providing it with a more modern feeling without taking away some of the retro vibes that we all know and love.