A 2.4-litre petrol engine with 94kW of power at 4500rpm and 199Nm at 4500rpm, has replaced the 2.0-litre (was 2.0L 87kW/186Nm).
Maximum power output from the two electric motors, front motor 60kW, rear motor 70kW, remains unchanged. Maximum torque front 137 Nm, rear 195 Nm.
Increased maximum generator output 80 kW.
Increased drive battery capacity 13.8kWh from 12 kWh.
Potential electric driving range up to 54km (approx. 7 hours charge time (type 1), 3 hours (type 2) or 25 mins on DC fast charger)
Inside there are is a new 8-inch Smartphone Display Audio system (SDA). New 2x USB charge ports in rear of centre console.
There is now power lumbar support on the driver’s seat. Both front seats have heater. New fabric trims on seat and door for ES model
Senior Manager of Product Strategy at Mitsubishi, Owen Thomson said, “Since its introduction, the Outlander PHEV has retained its DNA as the first PHEV to market, but it has improved a number of safety and technical features, as well as a number of efficiency and performance measures, all in response to customer feedback. It doesn’t hold owners back, or ask them to buy a second family car; it enhances the overall driving experience and improves their fuel expenditure, without them having to worry about driving range.”