MINI has unveiled its latest Countryman, its biggest and most versatile member of the range. To continue on the road less taken, the new car features aesthetic updates, mechanical upgrades and connectivity improvements while retaining its signature flair and hallmark British style in the premium compact SUV segment.

LED Lighting

All lighting functions now feature LED technology as standard, and at the front a continuous LED daytime light band doubles up as turn indicators. At the rear, new light graphics trace the outline of a Union Jack motif, forming a distinct identification unique to MINI. Adaptive LED technology is available as an option.

MINI Countryman Colours

MINI’s remarkable range of colours is expanded with the new Countryman, as White Silver and Sage Green metallic join the mix. Roof and side mirror caps can now be finished in either body colour or White and Black depending on model variant, and additionally a new Piano Black Exterior option darkens selected chrome exterior pieces to high-gloss black.

Depending on the model variant, the new MINI Countryman is fitted with alloy wheels up to 19 inches. The new MINI Countryman is available with a choice of Turbo engines. In addition, a high-voltage lithium-ion battery with a gross energy content of 9.6 kWh gives the new plug-in hybrid an enhanced maximum electric range of 55 to 61 kilometres. (Previous range – 40km)

Upgraded Countryman Interior

The interior of the new MINI Countryman increases its appeal with a new refined surface around the circular control unit in the centre instrument panel. Intelligently reorganised buttons, touch-sensitive bookmark buttons and high-gloss Piano Black surfaces further underscore the car’s premium character.

2020 MINI Countryman Dashboard

A new digital instrument display is also available, measuring 5.0 inches to display essential information concisely in front of the driver.

MINI Connected features also see an intuitive expansion, from Navigation Plus options restructured on the familiar 8.8-inch infotainment screen, to enhanced Intelligent Emergency services.

The new MINI Countryman will arrive in Australia at the end of 2020 with pricing and specification detail to be announced closer to launch.