The Japanese firm presented details of the fourth generation of Outlander, an SUV that boasts interesting aesthetic changes and innovative technology, although it still does not reveal some technical data.
This product has been configured based on the new CMF platform, which is the result of the work of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance.
The exterior design is strongly influenced by what the brand presented as the Mitsubishi Engelberg Tourer Concept just two years ago, privileging the use of the Dynamic Shield design language that it has used for several years.
The headlights now look much more stylish. Together with a grille with chrome accents, they match much wider fog lights.
The side part does not suffer major changes, as well as the back with these LED lights with a slightly more elongated and elegant configuration.
For the interior, the brand has worked on presenting a new design in knobs and gear lever, making them much more sophisticated and defined. The materials for the interior have been better selected, as well as the layout of the dash in conjunction with the new floating 8-inch center screen. For more advanced versions, a 12.3-inch digital cluster and a 10.8-inch head-up display are available.
At the moment, it is known that this new Outlander will incorporate the new 2.5-liter engine and that according to the engineers, it will increase its power to 8.9% and achieve an efficiency of up to 2.6% than its previous model. In addition, it was announced that it will use an update to the CVT transmission, as well as various systems that allow a better use of torque for the AWD version.
In terms of safety, the brand announced that it will have a new driver assistance system called MI-PILOT, which will incorporate adaptive cruise control (ACC) and lane keeping assistant (LKA), among other functions.
It will be in a few more weeks when the Japanese firm reveals all the details of this SUV.