MUNICH — Mini seeks to revive its flagging fortunes and shed its quirky status in the U.S. by giving Americans more of what they want. The BMW-owned compact car brand will up-size its largest model — the Countryman — and electrify it.
The redesigned crossover, available in combustion engine and battery-powered versions, shares a platform with the subcompact BMW X1 Series. The electric 2025 Mini Countryman SE ALL4 arrives in U.S. stores in September 2024.
Pricing was not disclosed.