It is expected to grow in size and represent the brand’s new bold design language.
The next-generation Mitsubishi Outlander will debut in live stream format in February. U.S. sales should start in the spring of 2021.
The company positions the 2022 model between the compact and mid-size SUV class. There are several leaked and spied photos of the upcoming Outlander.
Moreover, recently Mitsubishi has published its first teaser image of the next-generation vehicle based on the Engelberg Tourer Concept.
Rumors say the new three-row Outlander will share its architecture with the just-redesigned Nissan Rogue, as well as the engine – a 2.5-liter 181-hp inline four-cylinder one with CVT and standard FWD of optional AWD.
A plug-in hybrid variant will likely arrive too, with a 2.4-liter inline-four engine and an electric range of 43 miles.
The automaker promises that the new-generation Outlander will be its “best equipped” vehicle ever sold in the USA. So, expect an array of new technologies and refinements.