The technology available in this vehicle is certainly new. Families haven’t really changed that much. That’s why new Outlander Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle gives every passenger the space, safety, versatility and comfort they need. The driver is in for a pleasant surprise because it’s the performance model of the Outlander range.
Super All Wheel Control
Utilizing 4WD technology forged by the Lancer Evolution, the S-AWC regulates the brakes and distributes power to the front and rear wheels, as well as the left and right wheels, to improve driving stability and handling precision in the most challenging of terrain.
Twin Motor 4WD
The Outlander Plug-In Hybrid uses a Twin Motor 4WD system comprising of two electric motors to drive the front and rear wheels. Delivering better response and finer control than conventional mechanical systems, the front and rear electric motors generate maximum torque providing instant acceleration. The Outlander Plug-In Hybrid delivers superior levels of environmental and driving performance.
Unlike many hybrid vehicles the Outlander Plug-In Hybrid is tow rated to 750kg braked and unbraked.
Whatever combination of passengers and luggage you need to carry the Outlander PHEV can accommodate thanks to the 60:40 split rear seats. So if you need more cargo space, simply fold flat the rear seats for an impressive 1685mm of cargo.
Cold Tested in Russia
Mitsubishi Motors’ engineers ticked another box after the completion of two months of specific cold weather testing in Russia. Read more
Proven in the Harshest Conditions
The Outlander Plug-in Hybrid competed in the 2015 Asia Cross Country Rally - covering 2,000 kms of Asia's harshest terrain.