This is the Mini Countryman, the newest model in the four-strong Mini line-up.
Official details of the Mini Countryman - which will go on sale in the UK in September from around £17,000 - have now been confirmed by the company.
It will go on sale with the choice of three petrol and two diesel engines, ranging in power from 89bhp in the One D Countryman to 181bhp in the Cooper S Countryman.
For the first time the 1.6-litre four-cylinder petrol engine in the top model comes with a twin-scroll turbocharger and direct fuel injection, plus fully variable valve management.
A six-speed manual gearbox is available as standard, but the petrol models are also available with six-speed automatic with BMW's Steptronic system.
Fuel saving tech includes the usual raft of BMW Group measures, including brake energy regeneration, start-stop, a gearshift point indicator, and on-demand management of the engine’s ancillary units.
The front axle has McPherson spring struts and forged track control arms, while the rear axle has a the multi-arm arrangement. Other standard kit includes electric power steering and stability control. Traction control is an option on all but the Cooper S and Cooper D models, which also get an electronic limited-slip function for the front axle differential.
The Countryman is the first model in the Mini range with four doors and the option of 'All4' four-wheel drive and is described by the company as giving a "greater freedom of space for truly versatile use, a slightly elevated seating position, and optimised driving comfort."