After updating the design of the car is freshened, also changed motor gamma and appeared more modern multimedia system.
British company MINI has updated its popular Countryman crossover. Information about the new product and the official photos were published online Wednesday, may 27. Note that the second generation MINI were happy to see not all fans of the brand – despite the bright appearance, the car lost some of the characteristics of the corporate style of the car. So the update was coming. In front of the first catch expressive headlights, which are already in the standard version has led stuffing. Also note the original pattern on the radiator grille. At the rear of the highlight lights that is made in the form of the British flag. All of this gives the exterior an updated Countryman truly unique look.
The updated car has received an expanded palette of colours, as well as several options for upgrading the wheels. There are innovations in the cabin. The main was the return of the interior in a blue hue that will appeal to many. Updated engineers and multimedia system that has the technology MINI Connected.
In the motor scheme, there have been some changes – turbo engines got a new technology to obtain greater pleasure from driving and high environmental performance. But power output remained at the same level. The 1.5-liter turbo engine capable of delivering 134 HP and a 2.0-liter turbo is out 189 HP
All-wheel drive modification of John Cooper Works is the most powerful powerplant with a return of 301 HP is Also available in hybrid version of the Countryman All4 SE, which through a combination of gas engine and electric motor can produce power 224 HP
Modification with front-wheel drive are equipped with 7-speed automatic transmission, four-wheel drive version is combined with 8АКПП, and hybrid Countryman has retained the 6-speed transmission. It is expected that prices will rise, but not very much – in the base Cooper to ask about 29 $ 250, while for the John Cooper Works will have to pay 42 $ 250. The sale is expected to begin this summer.