The flagship Mitsubishi Outlander 2022 is equipped with Mitsubishi’s exclusive S-AWC All-Wheel Control system, which provides excellent stability in the face of unexpected situations and combines with the EPB electronic parking brake and Auto Hold function to greatly enhance driving convenience and protect the safety of every owner and family member.
The Outlander’s cockpit design has gone even smarter, with the only SUV in a million to feature a full-screen, colourful digital instrument with a 10.25-inch screen that graphically presents dynamic driving information. The new diamond-patterned seats with hairline trim around the cabin provide the perfect interior ambience and refinement. On the outside, the new 18″ twin-shaded aluminium rims with five spokes are sharpened with a special glossy finish and complemented by a dark grey base colour, giving the Outlander a distinctly sporty and technical feel.
The new generation of Outlander is no stranger to its appearance. This new generation SUV has modified its signature Dynamic Shield front-end design and incorporated a new and bolder Bold Stride, also known as the Japanese word for “mighty wind”. In addition, after replacing the CMF-D platform with the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance, the size of the car comes to 4,710×1,862×1,745mm and the wheelbase is also extended to 2,706mm, which is much larger than the previous model and should be more spacious inside.
Although GAC Mitsubishi did not release interior pictures at the Chongqing Auto Show, according to the media, the overall interior layout of the Outlander is the same as the overseas version, with a 12.3-inch digital dashboard and a 9-inch centre screen, unlike the twin Nissan X-Trail, which has a larger centre screen to cater to Chinese consumers. The 10.8-inch HUD and online electronic gearshift interface further enhance the technological ambience of the new car, which is also available in a seven-passenger seating configuration.
GAC Mitsubishi also did not announce what power settings will be used in the Chinese Outlander, but according to foreign media reports the new car will not use the U.S. 2.5-liter natural gas engine, nor will it appear on the Japanese PHEV 2.4-litre plug-in fuel-electric hybrid power, but the same 1.5-litre turbocharged power heart as the Eclipse Cross configuration, and matched with CVT stepless The Mitsubishi signature S-AWD four-wheel-drive system should also not be absent from the heart of the car.
The Outlander is equipped with Mitsubishi’s exclusive S-AWC system, which integrates four systems: 4WD electronically controlled four-wheel drive, AYC active cornering control, ASC body dynamic stability control and ABS anti-lock braking system. The precise distribution of the system provides excellent stability and dynamic performance in all four driving modes (AWC ECO / NORMAL / SNOW / GRAVEL), significantly enhancing driving safety.
The safety models are equipped with the e-Assist intelligent safety system, including ACC active distance control cruise control and FCM active intelligent brake assist with pedestrian detection and LDW lane drift warning system, and all models are equipped with 7-SRS as standard, as well as ASC dynamic stability system and TCL anti-skid system. The Outlander is equipped with Mitsubishi’s original 7-SRS as standard.
The Outlander is equipped with Mitsubishi’s world-first 10.25-inch colourful digital instrument, the only full-screen, full-colour display in a million SUVs, and intelligently integrates dynamic driving information, displaying tyre pressure, fuel consumption performance and S-AWC operating status graphically, so that owners can see at a glance when driving. The Outlander Safety models are equipped with a colourful digital instrument, which offers two theme modes – Classic and Advanced – to give the cabin a technological ambience and to reflect the quality of life.
The Outlander has been significantly upgraded with a new diamond pattern design for the interior seats, complemented by a textured circular cabin hairline trim, and a large integrated centre console from the Safety model onwards, which incorporates the same EPB electronic parking brake with Auto Hold function as the imported models. The piano lacquered centre console and door armrests are simple and understated, and the interior features a black interior and roof comparable to those of luxury brands.
The Outlander features a spacious cabin, with seating for seven people and more laughter and emotion for three generations of parents and children.
The 2022 Outlander is equipped with electronic rear-view mirrors and a front and rear view recorder for added protection. The audio and video equipment has also been upgraded to a 9″ screen with CarPlay (Apple CarPlay & Android auto), allowing owners to connect their car to their mobile phone for added convenience!
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