The new clip, decidedly more polished than the footage released at the new model's launch, beckons buyers out into the world - from behind the wheel of the Countryman, of course.
The Countryman immediately stands out as the most visually unique model of the MINI family, sharing no panels or other bodyparts with its two and three-doored cousins.
Although a markedly bigger car than current MINI models, the Countryman is still recognisable as a MINI product.
The Countryman will be offered in Europe with the choice of three petrol and two diesel engines, all of which have been newly developed by BMW for the MINI range.
At the lower end of the spectrum is the 66kW turbodiesel of the MINI One D Countryman, while the MINI Cooper S Countryman is powered by a 135kW turbocharged 1.6 litre direct-injected petrol engine with variable valve timing.
Australian pricing and availability for the MINI Countryman has yet to be announced, however it can be expected to go on sale here towards the end of 2010 or in early 2011. More information on the locally-delivered Countryman is likely to surface in the coming months.