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18 07 2017 02

The new 2018 MINI Cooper SE Countryman All4 made its debut in June. Sales of the first 10 US sales were reported last month, and the car made a UK appearance at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. The plug-in Countryman represents the first full-production electric-drive vehicle available in MINI showrooms.

The US Environmental Protection Agency rates the Cooper SE Countryman All4 with an all-electric range of 12 miles, with an equivalent of 65 miles per gallon while there’s juice in the battery. With its 7.6-kWh battery pack, we expect the real-world all-electric range to be closer to 20 miles on a single charge.

In “E-Drive” mode, the rear wheels get electric power (at speeds of up to 78 mph). After the pack is depleted or when in “Auto E-Drive” mode, the Countryman All4 also uses gasoline to power the front wheels via its 1.5-liter, three-cylinder engine. With the gas engine and electric motor operating in unison, the car can sprint from zero to 60 miles per hour in less than seven seconds—with an efficiency of 27 miles per gallon. Combines system output is 221 horsepower. The MINI also offers a choice of dynamic settings: Sport, Mid, and Green.

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