Mini recently revealed the 2025 Mini Countryman, followed by the introduction of the more athletic John Cooper Works Mini Countryman. Similar to previous John Cooper Works iterations, the 2025 JCW Countryman is built upon the foundation of the standard model, yet infused with an array of performance enhancements for a more exhilarating experience.
Beneath the hood lies a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine, boasting 312 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque. This power is distributed to all four wheels through the standard ALL4 all-wheel drive system. Mini’s estimations project a 0-62 mph acceleration in 5.4 seconds and a top speed of 155 mph.
The JCW Mini Countryman announces its presence with an exhaust flap system, offering an unmistakable sound thanks to a unique JCW sound extension amplifying the engine’s roar upon ignition.
Externally, the John Cooper Works Countryman distinguishes itself with exclusive design elements, including aerodynamic features with vertical reflectors on the front, an octagonal grille in high-gloss black, and LED headlights displaying horizontal bars in JCW Signature Mode. The rear showcases distinctive taillights and four exhaust tips.
Internally, a red and black color scheme dominates the interior, with a dashboard crafted from a two-tone textile made from recycled polyester.
The price for the 2025 Mini John Cooper Works Countryman initiates at $46,900 plus a $995 destination and handling fee. Production for the US market commences in March 2024, and the first units are anticipated to reach dealers in early May 2024.