2021 Mini Countryman spy photos

Revised Countryman models have been spotted ahead of their official debut.
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Mini’s facelifted 2021 Countryman city SUV has been spotted during testing at Germany’s Nurburgring circuit ahead of its Australian showroom arrival later this year or early 2021.

Although we have had photos of the updated model before (click here), the new images reveal more detail of the upcoming Mini Countryman, including a revised front and rear bumper design, and updated interior tech.

The blue and grey models in the photos appear to be Cooper S variants given their dual tail pipes. The front bumper has larger air intakes than before.

The red model wears a different bumper and grille design and is likely one of the regular, non-performance models.

Inside, a digital instrument cluster and revised infotainment screen can be seen.

When will the 2021 Mini Countryman come to Australia?

The facelifted Mini Countryman is expected to be revealed soon, however Australian timing is yet to be confirmed.

"The [updated Countryman] is on the way but no exact timing confirmed at the moment on local arrival," a Mini Australia spokesperson told CarAdvice.

CarAdvice believes the revised Countryman is expected in Australia in late 2020 or early 2021.