The market of SUV type increasingly popular in the global market. No wonder the global automotive manufacturers competing to show off their latest SUV products, even still in the concept form. It is well acted by Mitsubishi that will be introduced its new SUV concept, named the 'Mitsubishi Outlander GT-PHEV.'
|Rendered image of Mitsubishi Outlander GT-PHEV concept. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1e4Wav)|
As quoted from Carscoops, that the Mitsubishi's latest crossover concept GT-PHEV Concept will be unveiled at the Paris Motor Show 2016 next month. The car is touted as the future generation of the Outlander marketed today.
There are no technical data related to its drivetrain. However it is known that Mitsubishi GT-PHEV Concept has three electric motors: one in front and two at rear. As the plug-in hybrid electric vehicle, the Outlander GT-PHEV Concept is also equipped with conventional engines, but did not mention the engine specification. This car also equipped with the Super All Wheel Control (S-AWC) features.
|Right side view of Mitsubishi Outlander GT-PHEV concept. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1e4Wav)|
In terms of exterior design, the Outlander GT-PHEV Concept looks sturdy but do not leave the aerodynamic lines and curves along the body. The car is designed to use a large Mitsubishi's typical grille, LED headlights, glass roof, while at the rear section is impressed with LED lights along the trunk. From here impressived the futuristic design of the Outlander GT-PHEV Concept.
|Rear side view of Mitsubishi Outlander GT-PHEV concept. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1e4Wav)|
Mitsubishi claims the future generation Outlander has a cruising range of up to more than 1,200 kilometers from the combination of its conventional engine and battery. While currently only using electric power, it has a range of up to 120 km.
In the global market, the Outlander GT-PHEV will be the competitor of Nissan X-Trail and Honda CR-V. In this segment, the Nissan X-Trail and Honda CR-V is dominating. Nissan itself already paired the hybrid technology on the newest X-Trail. Honda reportedly also will offer the plug-in hybrid electric vehicle version of the CR-V in the latest generation of products. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | CARSCOOPS]
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