For the first time, Mini is offering their largest model in all-electric form.
The Countryman will come in two trims, E and SE. Details are scarce until the official release on September 5, but we know the Countryman E has a WLTP-rated range of 287 miles and offers 201 hp while the faster SE model offers 308 hp and a little less range at 269 miles. Worth noting that WLTP (Europe) ratings are typically lower than those by the EPA, so we expect those range numbers to climb a bit IF Mini decides to bring these models to North America (which, at time of writing, was not officially announced).
For now, have a feast at this gallery of images from Mini, and stay tunes for more details as they're made available.