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autoviva2015-04-06 15:39:05

Mitsubishi facelifts the Outlander at New York

Model reveals the new design language of the Japanese brand

The new model introduces the brand's new design language and is inspired by the Outlander PHEV Concept-S

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revealed an updated version of the OutlanderOutlander Gen.3Mitsubishi Outlander Gen.3Japan, 2013 > present27 versions
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at this year's New York Motor Show. The new model introduces the brand's new design language and is inspired by the concept Outlander PHEV Concept-SOutlander PHEV Concept-SMitsubishi Outlander PHEV...Japan, 2014 > present2 photos
unveiled last year.

The seven-seat SUV was significantly redesigned. Mitsubishi introduced new LED headlights, 18-inch alloy wheels and new design details at the front and rear. In terms of design the new Outlander also received elements from other Mitsubishi concepts, including the XR-PHEVConcept XR-PHEVMitsubishi Concept XR-PHEVJapan, 2014 > 20144 photos
and GC-PHEVConcept GC-PHEVMitsubishi Concept GC-PHEVJapan, 2014 > 20145 photos

Mitsubishi says that the chassis of the new Outlander has been stiffened, the the suspension setup was redesigned and a reduction of noise and internal vibrations was achieved. Electric power steering was also added.

The interior of the Outlander facelift gets a redesigned steering wheel, a new infotainment system and an updated range of safety technology that includes front collision warning, lane departure warning and adaptative cruise control.

Mitsubishi did not reveal data on the range of engines available with the new Outlander. But the 2.2-liter diesel engine and the 2.0 PHEV should still be part of the range.

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