Mitsubishi revealed an all-new fourth-gen Outlander SUV. This SUV crossover will initially go on sale in the United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico from April.
Mitsubishi Outlander is one of Mitsubishi’s first cars built under the Renault-Nissan Influence and has some of its underpinnings with Nissan SUVs like the Rogue. Sitting right at the top of Mitsubishi’s global SUV line-up, the new 2021 SUV is powered by a Nissan-sourced PR25DD 2.5-liter petrol engine.
The new Outlander is said to be completely new from the ground up. It marks a new chapter for Mitsubishi with boxy proportions and fresh upright design. Its Dynamic Shield look features a bolder face than the previous version and chrome styling integrates with the latest, ultra-slim LED headlights.
The all-new Mitsubishi SUV offers six different driving modes to the drivers to attain the best performance in all states. In fact, even two-wheel-drive SUV models come with five driving modes.
Other features of this seven-seater SUV includes 11 airbags, USB-A and USB-C charging sockets, 18-inch wheels, 9.0-inch infotainment screen, 12.3-inch digital instrument display, wireless device charging, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto smartphone connectivity.
Other options include in Mitsubishi Outlander are semi-aniline leather seats, 20-inch wheels, lane-keep assistance, 10.8-inch head-up display, 10-speaker Bose audio system, driver assistance system, adaptive cruise control, and navigation integrating what3words technology.
To speak about sales, this fourth-gen Outlander SUV will first be sold in North America in the coming months. Other regions of sale include Middle-East, Japan, the ASEAN region, Australia, and New Zealand. Mitsubishi will not be made available in the European region as the company has stopped importing new versions to the continent.
Although Mitsubishi sold the previous-gen Outlander in India in a limited number, there is no news on this latest model hitting our shores soon.