On tests seen updated Mitsubishi OutlanderJanuary 29, 2020
The new batch of “spy” images provides us with perhaps the best look at the next-generation Mitsubishi Outlander crossover. The company has already confirmed that the official presentation of the car will take place in the second half of 2020.
The new Outlander received two huge lamps on the front panel, and above them on the tip of the hood are narrow lights. Apparently, the exterior of the new item (in particular the front part) will be very similar to the previously presented concept of the Mitsubishi Engelberg Tourer. Contrary to the current trend in automotive design – we are talking about huge false radiator grilles, judging by the noted prototype of the Mitsubishi crossover, this design element will be relatively small.
The Mitsubishi Swirl Camo hides the details of the new design on the side and rear of the Outlander. What is clearly visible is that
the crossover has narrow, pointed tail lights that “turn around” on the sides of the car.
The new crossover is based on the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance platform, and rumors suggest that the Outlander may use the same foundations as the next-generation compact Nissan Rogue (Nissan X-Trail). The model will also increase in size compared to the current version, which is slightly noticeable in these “spy” photos. The composition of the motor range of the novelty is still a mystery, but it is already known that a plug-in hybrid installation will be offered.
The debut of the next generation crossover will take place in the second half of 2020. It is still unknown where the presentation will take place. The novelty goes on sale as a crossover 2021 model year.
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