The MINI Countryman, the biggest and most versatile member of the MINI model family, has an updated design, additions to the equipment range and new innovative technology. The latest version optimises space, versatility, functionality and ride comfort.
The new MINI Countryman is instantly recognisable as the brand’s largest model: the MINI-typical three-part vehicle-body structure paired with a model-specific roof line. The car’s upright stature and increased ground clearance are indicate its generous interior space and robust character. The optional MINI ALL4 exterior look and roof rails, provided as standard, further underline the versatility of the new MINI Countryman, whilst the aerodynamically optimised exterior features on the Sport models add an extra touch of power.
The car’s front section has a precisely modified design with the new structure of the bumper covering, now entirely in body finish, ensuring a clear-cut and high-quality appearance. The redesigned radiator grille has the signature hexagonal contours and is surrounded by a slim, one-piece chrome frame. Its air intake is subdivided by three horizontal struts in the MINI Cooper Countryman and MINI Cooper D Countryman. The radiator grille of the new MINI Cooper S Countryman is characterised by a hexagonal grid pattern with a red “S” and a single chrome strut.
With its redesigned bumper trim, the rear apron also contributes to the contemporary look of the new MINI Countryman. The upright rear lights with a chrome frame nod to the origins of the British brand and all lighting functions now feature high-quality LED technology as standard.
The range of body finishes opens up new possibilities for an individual look, including the newly added colours White Silver metallic and Sage Green metallic. Depending on the model variant, the roof and mirror caps of the new MINI Countryman can be finished in black, white or silver as an alternative to the body colour.
The new MINI Countryman has a versatile interior with three fully-fledged rear seats which fold down with a 40:20:40 split, expanding transport capacity and storage from 450 litres up to 1390 litres.
Selective customisation of the interior to reflect the customer’s personal style has become even more attractive with the addition of new options and a further developed product range. Chester Indigo Blue and Chester Malt Brown have been added to the selection of seat upholstery options and the Colour Line for the lower section of the instrument panel and door trim, previously available as a single option, is now an integral part of the leather trim designed to match the relevant colour scheme.
First launched in the new MINI Electric, the digital dash is now introduced in the new MINI Countryman as standard. Sitting behind the steering wheel, the Black Panel display has a 5.0 inch diameter.
The new MINI Countryman: Highlights.
To find out more, please contact your local Sytner MINI Retailer.