The electric Countryman is confirmed for 2023, and we now have a good idea of what it will look like.

The Mini Countryman, like the rest of the Mini range, is going electric.

A fully electric version of Mini's crossover is confirmed for next year.

It will be based on the same underpinnings as the revised BMW X1

which will also be available in all-electric guise as the iX1.

The Countryman EV illustrated above has been rendered by Top Electric SUV

and is based off an extensive number of spy shots.

the next-gen Countryman will be significantly bigger than the existing version.

As well as an all-electric variant, PHEV and traditionally powered models will also be sold.

Although no official stats have been released, a range of around 250 miles is probable.

The current iteration of the Countryman starts at $29,100 in the US.

However, the next-gen model in fully electric guise will likely be closer to $40,000.