Inside the 2025 Countryman: Minimalist Design and more

MINI’s next-gen Countryman took the stage at the IAA Mobility show in Munich, kicking off a worldwide tour. Recently, it landed in Bulgaria alongside the John Cooper Works-trimmed Cooper three-door hatchback.

The 2025 Countryman, captured in images, reveals a significant size boost, now a fully-fledged compact crossover. At 4433mm long, 1843mm wide, and 1656mm tall, it’s comparable to the BMW X1.

Inside, a minimalist dashboard dominates the 2025 Countryman, featuring the MINI Operating System 9 with a 9.4-inch OLED display. This design will extend to upcoming models like the five-door Cooper hatch and the Aceman subcompact crossover.

Diverging from its BMW roots, the 2025 Countryman boasts a distinct appearance and drops the previously available PHEV setup. Production has shifted in-house to the Leipzig plant in Germany, discontinuing outsourcing to VDL Nedcar in the Netherlands. This shift resulted in VDL Nedcar reducing its workforce by 2,000 employees by March 2024.

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