Mini recently unveiled the electric SE ALL4 version of the 2025 Mini Countryman at the Munich Motor Show, and now it’s time to take a closer look at the base E version of the next-gen Countryman making its debut in the United States.
The Mini Countryman E in the photos showcases a different aesthetic compared to the SE ALL4. Gone are the gold-tinged accents, replaced by glossy black elements. The distinctive panel aft of the C pillar seamlessly blends into the overall black-trimmed design. While the front grille design remains similar, it lacks the matte gold surround and side intakes found on the SE ALL4. The sporty green “S” emblem is also absent, giving the base E version a less sporty appearance.
One of the most noticeable differences is the wheel design. Instead of the flashy 20-inch blades seen on the SE model, the Countryman E features more subdued 18-inch wheels with a traditional bright alloy finish. The larger wheels on the SE model provide a more dynamic look, while the Countryman E’s 18-inch wheels emphasize its status as a crossover.
The rear design of the Countryman E remains largely unchanged from the SE ALL4, with the exception of a painted insert replacing the brushed brightwork on the lower bumper. Additionally, the E version removes Mini’s bright side sills and replaces them with black plastic sills for a simpler aesthetic.
Although this unveiling is primarily in the form of photos, Mini states that the electric Countryman E will arrive in the United States in the fall of 2024. More specifications and details for the U.S. market will be released in the future.
– Mini Countryman E photo gallery.