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The Mini Cooper Countryman has unveiled its third generation model as a larger, more spacious crossover, showcasing a blend of traditional and electric powertrains to cater to a broad spectrum of automobile enthusiasts. The 2023 model, set to launch in India, comes with both Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) and electric versions, marking a significant step towards embracing electric mobility while retaining the conventional fuel option for those who prefer it. This move aligns with the growing inclination towards eco-friendly vehicles among the young and middle-aged population. The new Mini Countryman SE ALL4 variant further elevates the luxury quotient with a tech-savvy and more comfortable interior, offering additional space, which is a subtle nod to the demands of a contemporary, comfort-seeking audience.
Moreover, a special Shadow edition has been launched, adding a unique aesthetic appeal to the Cooper Countryman, priced competitively to entice the Indian market, where the pricing plays a pivotal role in purchase decisions. With a starting price of ₹ 48,10,000, the Mini Countryman boasts of 5 seats, a substantial boot space, and an efficient fuel consumption rate, making it a compelling choice for individuals between the ages of 18 to 45 who are seeking a blend of luxury, performance, and eco-friendliness in their vehicle.
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The 2023 Mini Cooper Countryman comes with a choice of petrol, diesel, and electric powertrains, with a larger size compared to its predecessor measuring 4,433mm in length, 1,843mm in width, and 1,656mm in height. The interior has been updated to be more spacious and tech-savvy, with additional shoulder and elbow room for both front and rear passengers.
The new Mini Cooper Countryman is expected to go on sale in India in 2023.
The Mini Cooper Countryman will offer two electric powertrain options: a single-motor, rear-wheel-drive variant with 204 hp and 250 Nm of torque, and a dual-motor, four-wheel-drive variant with 313 hp and 494 Nm of torque. Both variants feature a 66.45 kWh battery with official ranges of 462 km and 433 km respectively, and can be rapid-charged at rates of up to 130 kW.
The petrol options include a 169 hp, 1.5-litre turbocharged engine, and a 218 hp, 2.0-litre turbocharged engine. There's also a John Cooper Works (JCW) All4 variant with a 2.0-litre unit offering 300 hp and 400 Nm of torque. A diesel engine option will also be available, though the specifications have not been revealed yet.
The price range for the Mini Cooper Countryman in India starts from ₹ 48,10,000.
The Mini Cooper Countryman has a fuel consumption rate of 15.3 km/l as per NEDC combined testing.
The exterior design reflects an evolution from the previous models, featuring an octagonal front grille, revamped headlights and tail lights, and reworked C-pillar treatment.
The interior showcases a minimalist look with a touchscreen-dominated dashboard, enlarged centre console with larger cupholders, extra legroom, and adjustable rear seat backrests. There's also a slight improvement in boot space with 460/1,450 litres of space, along with an underfloor cubby for storing EV charging cables.
The Mini Cooper Countryman will be the first Mini to offer Level 2 autonomous driver assistance systems, including semi-autonomous driving at speeds of up to 60 kph.
Both ICE and EV versions of the Mini Cooper Countryman will be offered with a range of three interior trims and eight Mini Experience modes.