Mitsubishi Outlander / Outlander PHEV debut at Geneva
Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV – a wall socket-chargeable hybrid modification of the iconic SUV – has recently debuted at the Geneva International Motor Show, managing to overshadow the premiere of its updated IC-engine counterpart completely. You have probably heard about the former, so let us try to restore some justice by talking about the latter.
The most immediately apparent changes in the Mitsubishi Outlander SUV include its new three-piece LED headlamps, a redesigned radiator grille, new bumpers, and a larger spoiler.
The manufacturer has also overhauled the instrument panel of the vehicle but left the stock engine lineup intact. The new Mitsubishi Outlander will debut in Europe with three gasoline engines to choose among, namely 2.0L with 146 hp, 2.4L with 167 hp, and 3.0L with 227 hp.