The 2020 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV is the world's first plug-in hybrid SUV. It is assembled in a Thai factory and is ready to go on December 1st.
The Outlander PHEV goes up for sale as a large SUV versus the Honda CR-V, Mazda CX-8, and the newer MG HS PHEV. Today we're going to show you the real car with great specs that you need to know before you lose money to the competition.
Elegant style The 2020 Outlander PHEV has had true SUV design since it hit the overseas market in 2012 and received the last minor change in 2018. The slim design with the Dynamic Shield front offers a unique option: headlights, fog lights, day fires. And the taillights are all LED, and the projector lens is a pair of electric tailgate lights 18 inch open-close alloy wheels wrapped in 225/55 R18 tires.
Complete with options inside The console in the interior is designed from the 2012 model, but adds a luxurious decoration. A glossy black console control panel with dark gray graphic strips. There is console padding that makes it soft to the touch throughout the car. Option side, it is kept up to date with 6 way electric driver adjustment, automatic air conditioning, temperature separation on 2 sides. The back seat can be leaned back and the touchscreen supports voice commands.
Total security The 2020 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV has the same advanced safety features as the current Mitsubishi models, including a forward collision warning system and an automatic brake with two cameras for operation with sensors.
On the protection side, it was also found that the 7 airbags were integrated into the front console, the front seats, the airbags in the driver's head and at knee level. It also has a parking sensor system that connects to a vision camera around the car attached to it.
The force must be strong Engine specifications were not disclosed. It is expected to be powered by a 2.4 liter MIVEC four-cylinder petrol engine with a combined output of 236 hp and 300 Nm of torque. There are 2 electric motors and all-wheel drive with a fully electric EV mode and a sport mode with key switches.
Colon who can return home The main benefit of the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV 2020 is the Dendo system that brings electricity back into the property. This allows the air conditioning to be turned on to sleep through the night, or it can be used as an emergency power source in the event of a power failure. or remotely. Areas. It supports Type 1 and Type 2 charging heads and has a 220V outlet for immediate use with electrical devices without the need to use other power supplies.
Mr. Gus predicted the price would not exceed 1.6 million. Although the older car model has been on the market since 2012, it still looks modern. It also uses Dendo finishing technology, which is even more advanced than the competitor's hybrid car. If the price is around 1.6 million it will help bring together customers who love the sport of pajero but don't want to climb onto big cars and don't like the diesel noise.