BMW freshens up the MINI Countryman crossover for the summer.
A new version of the MINI Countryman has been unveiled at the New York International Auto Show.
The Countryman – the first MINI to feature four doors, five seats and optional all-wheel-drive – has an updated exterior design, improved fuel consumption and emission figures, plus new hi-tech goodies.
The design changes are most obvious at the front end thanks to a new hexagonal radiator grill. It will also be available in new colours such as Jungle Green, Midnight Grey and Starlight Blue.
Leaving aside the fact that it’s hardly a MINI at all, 350,000 have already been sold worldwide and the new model is likely to increase its appeal further.
The new look brings the Countryman into line with the all-new MINI hatchback and it’s due to go on sale this summer.
Now, when will there be a MINI Traveller and MINI Moke?