Experience the incredible hybrid technology of the award-winning Outlander PHEV. The worlds first Plug-In Hybrid SUV.
The Outlander PHEV was launched in June 2014 and immediately took the world by storm. Within its first year there were more than 10,000 Outlander PHEVs sold making it the UK’s best selling plug-in hybrid.
The new 2019 Outlander PHEV is a refined new evolution, with a new more powerful engine and increased battery capacity.
The New Outlander PHEV features enhanced smartphone compatibility allowing control of audio, maps, texts and other apps using voice and a 7-inch HD touch screen. The new Mitsubishi Global Navigation (MGN) System allows you more control and freedom than ever before.
Delivering cutting edge plug-in hybrid technology, excellent fuel consumption, low emissions and outstanding value, the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV combines SUV convenience and 4WD capability to create a car without compromise. The highly successful Outlander PHEV has been refined and improved for an even smoother, quieter and more luxurious feel.
The exterior of the Outlander PHEV has undergone some subtle yet significant changes. An all new honeycomb grille, LED headlights, lower bumper extension, fog lamp bezels, 18” alloy wheels, rear spoiler and rear skid guard give the new Outlander PHEV even more presence on the road.
The latest Outlander PHEV sees an increase in both battery capacity and output. With this the battery now holds 15% more than the previous generation and outputs 10% more. The electric motors have also been upgraded allowing the rear motor to produce an extra 10KW.
Outlander PHEV has been given a Sport Mode for the first time, providing highly responsive driving with sharper acceleration. It also benefits from agile manoeuvrability with more power distribution to the rear axle for improved Active Yaw Control (AYC) - delivering torque to the wheels with the best grip.
Capable of 32 miles in EV mode, the average commute can be driven solely on electricity, reducing the cost to you and the environment as well as producing combined emissions of only 42 CO2 g/km.