Friday February 28, 2020

Mini looks to the future with its first plug-in hybrid

When it isn’t plugged in, there’s not a great deal to differentiate this model from others in the Countryman range

14th May, 2017
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The Cooper S E Countryman ALL4 is Mini’s first ever plug-in hybrid model

With the introduction of its new Cooper S E Countryman ALL4, Mini is not only expanding its crossover offering, but adding its first plug-in hybrid model ever. And while it may be the opposite of the recently introduced high-performance John Cooper Works Countryman model when it comes to emissions, it hasn’t given up one of the key traits that make the Mini brand so desirable – driving fun.

When it isn’t plugged in,...

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