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Mitsubishi Outlander (2018): data, information, market launch, price

Mitsubishi Outlander (2018)
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W As far as the dimensions are concerned, nothing has changed in the second generation of the plug-in hybrid. The Outlander is still 4.70 meters long, 1.80 meters wide and 1.71 meters high. The front, on the other hand, contains new LED headlights, and the fog lamp covers are now rectangular. Overall, the radiator grille looks massive in combination with the underrun protection. The 18-inch multi-spoke rims, which are available depending on the equipment, are now two-tone, there is now a larger spoiler at the rear.

In the interior there are new instruments, new seats and a newly designed gear lever.

Also Some things are new in the interior of the Outlander, such as new seats that are supposed to provide greater lateral support for the driver and front passenger. Quilted leather is also available at an additional cost. The instrument displays and the optics of the gear lever have also been revised. For the first time, ventilation slots are integrated in the rear. In addition to the innovations on the exterior and interior, a lot has happened on the technical side of the Outlander plug-in hybrid.

The electric motor on the rear axle should now have ten percent more power.

The Japanese don't just have the combustion engine of the Outlander revised, but also the electric motor on the rear axle: This should now have ten percent more power. So far, the two electric motors, one of which is mounted on the front and one on the rear axle of the Outlander, each had an output of 60 kW (82 PS). The rear engine should now be 70 kW (90.2 hp). The energy storage of the lithium-ion battery is also growing from 12 kilowatt hours previously to 13.8 kilowatt hours.

Higher performance of the lithium-ion batteries

The battery performance should also be increased by ten percent Mitsubishi promises to increase, as does the output of the generator on board the Outlander. It converts part of the energy from the combustion engine into electricity so that the battery can be recharged if necessary or to support the two electric motors.

The previous setting levels' Normal 'and' 4WD Lock 'are now supplemented by' Sport 'and' Snow '.

In addition to changes to the engines and the battery, the new Outlander now also has two more driving modesAll-wheel drive: The previous setting levels 'Normal' and '4WD Lock' are now supplemented by 'Sport' and 'Snow'.

Prices from 37,990 euros

According to information from the market research institute JATO, the first generation of the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV was the best-selling plug-in hybrid in Europe in 2015-2017. Mitsubishi speaks of more than 100,000 models sold, and more than 140,000 worldwide. The new Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV will be available from September at prices starting at 37,990 euros for the basic version. The base price is 2,000 euros below that of the predecessor. Like the intro edition, the plus version is priced at 44,990 euros. The top equipment costs at least 49,990 euros.


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