Mini recently unveiled the 2025 Mini Countryman and now we have the debut of the sportier John Cooper Works Mini Countryman. Just like past John Cooper Works models, the 2025 JCW Countryman is based on the standard Countryman, but with a bunch of performance goodies thrown in to make it more fun.
Under the hood there’s a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine with 312 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque. That power is sent to all four wheels via the standard ALL4 all-wheel drive system. Mini estimates that it can accelerate from 0-62 mph in 5.4 seconds with a 155 mph top speed.
You’ll be able to hear the JCW Mini Countryman coming or going thanks to its exhaust flap system. An unique JCW sound extension boosts the sound of the engine when you start it.
On the outside the John Cooper Works Countryman stands out with unique design details like aerodynamic elements with vertical reflectors on the front, an octagonal grille design in high-gloss black and LED headlights with horizontal bars in JCW Signature Mode. At the rear there are different taillights and four exhaust tips.
Inside there’s a red and black color scheme and the dashboard is made of a two-tone textile made from recycled polyester.
The pricing for the 2025 Mini John Cooper Works Countryman starts at $46,900 + $995 destination and handing. Production for the US market begins in March, 2024 with first units expected to arrive at dealers in early May, 2024.