The Crossover Mini Countryman will have a third generation, so they let you see new spy images where you can see a prototype with dual exhaust pipes They come out on each side of the rear. This could be the sporty John Cooper Works variant.
In the attached video, a person with a camera follows a Mini Countryman through traffic. The vehicle is stopped at a traffic light and it is the ideal time to take a look at it.
The new model seems to have a thicker and more chiseled appearance. It also appears to be production-ready. The only “but” would be the taillights. The vehicle rides on black, five-spoke wheels with a black finish.
In previous images the interior was observed with a instrument display oval shaped. The central area was covered but had a large circular design. The lower center console controls were chunky switches, but could be pre-production parts.
Information about the powertrain is still unknown, but rumors point to a plug-in hybrid variant with a turbocharged three-cylinder 1.5 liters. This would be able to offer 322hp and his battery 14.2 kWh would offer about 55 miles.
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The 1.5-liter three-cylinder and 2.0-liter four-cylinder will reportedly get 48-volt mild hybrid technology to improve their efficiency. Also note that it will be mounted on the FAAR platform.
The new Mini Countryman could debut in 2023 and sales would begin in the United States by 2024.
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