There is now more information about the 2025 Mini Countryman’s base S All4 model. The engine is a 2.0-liter turbocharged inline-four that makes 241 horsepower. The Countryman S All4 costs a lot more than the last model; it starts at $38,895. The updated Mini Countryman 2025 has already been shown in its new electric design and a high-performance JCW version. Since then, Mini has shared more details about the cheaper model. The gas-powered model, the Countryman S All4, is much more expensive than its predecessor, even though it is the least expensive model in the range. It has all-wheel drive and a 2.0-liter turbocharged inline-four engine that makes 241 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque. It costs $38,895. This is almost the same layout as the BMW X1, which is the base that the Countryman is built on. Mini has yet to say if the Countryman will have front-wheel drive or a less powerful form that isn’t an S, like the last generation. The S All4 has a bold new look on the outside, just like the electric and JCW Countryman models. The inside has also been fully redone, with a 9.4-inch touchscreen and cloth dashboard details. You can get 19-inch wheels in two different colors: white, silver, black, and a light green called Smokey Green. Mini also says that the S All4 can pull up to 3,500 pounds. In the United States, the Countryman S All4 and JCW models will likely be the first to hit the market in the spring of 2024. The electric Countryman SE All4 will come out in the fall, a few months after them.