We drive Mini’s first electrical crossover, the 2025 Countryman SE ALL4

A blue-grey mini countryman SE

Enlarge / Mini has made a totally electrical model of its Countryman compact crossover, changing the outgoing plug-in hybrid Countryman. (credit score: Jonathan Gitlin)

Over the past couple of weeks, we have introduced you take a look at drives of a pair of associated small vehicles, the 2024 BMW X2 M35i and the 2025 Mini JCW Countryman. Immediately it is time for the third member of the household destined for US gross sales, and the one which we expect Ars readers will likely be most interested by—the totally electrical Mini Countryman SE ALL4.

That is the third-generation Mini Countryman, changing the plug-in hybrid model we final examined in 2017. It is a bit bigger now, though not by a lot: at 174.5 inches (4,433 mm) lengthy, 72.6 inches (1,843 mm) extensive, and 65.2 inches (1,656 mm) tall, it’s nonetheless a reasonably small automotive by most requirements. It is also a reasonably aero-efficient one; the drag coefficient is simply 0.26.

Because the ALL4 title may recommend, that is an all-wheel drive electrical car, with a mixed 313 hp (230 kW) and 365 lb-ft (494 Nm), fed by a 66.5 kWh lithium ion traction battery. That makes it almost as peppy off the road as a Ferrari Testarossa, able to reaching 62 mph (100 km/h) from a standing begin in 5.6 seconds. (The Ferrari took 5.2 seconds to achieve 60 mph.) High velocity is proscribed to 112 mph (180 km/h).

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