The Mini Cooper S year 2025 revealed its new look that is now more adult and has SUV suggestions. Keep reading and find out below!
THE Mini has released official images showing the all-new Mini Cooper S 2025 EV hatch from multiple angles, nearly 18 months after we first saw it completely undisguised in China.
The images show that BMW's smallest car has adopted a smarter, more modern and tech-influenced style, and strayed even further from its retro roots.
It's still clearly a Mini and has an instantly recognizable face made up of a gaping mouth and two cartoon eyes, but that face is more angular this time around.
The large octagonal grille borrows from the Urbanaut minivan concept, the hood gains a pair of pronounced creases that break with the curvy Mini tradition, and the horizontal DRL lids almost look like narrowed eyes, giving the car a meaner look.
The new Mini's hood is smaller and no longer wraps around the headlights, while the doors gain sleek outside handles and there's a pronounced flare to the rear fenders but no black plastic cladding, giving the car a muscular yet premium stance.
Naturally, the two-tone Cooper paint scheme with a contrasting white roof is still present, but the rear view shows some major design changes, including the addition of LED light units in a triangular style.
The new Mini, which will launch in the US as a 2025 model car, will have two models as an option. One is a pure EV that will be built in China, and another is an updated version of the current UK-built ICE car that gets a facelift to bring it in line with its new battery-powered sibling.
The electric Mini Cooper is reported to get a 40 kWh battery pack for a WLTP range of around 322 km, while the Cooper S EV shown in these photos gets a 54 kWh battery pack which limits the range north towards 402 km.
Exact power and performance numbers for both models are still under wraps. The good news for fans of this car, the Mini Cooper is going to have a 1.5-liter Cooper and a 2.0-liter Cooper S.