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**Sound warning, we had a micro problem. The world's first plug-in hybrid crossover is now offered in America. The Outlander PHEV represents a fusion of the EV technologies developed by Mitsubishi for models such as the i-MiEV, S-AWC technologies honed from the Lancer Evolution, and SUV know-how gained from the Montero. The highlight of the all-new Outlander PHEV is the use of Mitsubishi's sophisticated PHEV system. It uses two full-time, high-output electric motors separately mounted at the front and rear axles to instantly supply torque on demand for incredibly responsive performance with agile all-wheel drive. This integrated control system delivers incredible power and control. By optimally managing Active Yaw Control (AYC), Anti-lock braking system (ABS) and Active Stability Control (ASC) with Traction Control (TCL) — which now offers enhanced traction on all road conditions — it brings out the full potential of Twin Motor S-AWC without compromising safety, comfort or fuel efficiency. When desired, the driver can press the Twin-Motor 4WD LOCK button to simulate locking of a center differential and optimally distribute torque to all four wheels for improved traction and stability. But the real question, how does it perform in snow? Check out our video to find out how the Mitsubishi OUtlander PHEV performs in deep snow! Competition in Plug-In Hybrid SUV: Kia Niro PHEV | FBMW X5 xDrive40e iPerformance | Mercedes GLE550e | MINI Cooper S E Countryman ALL4 | Porsche Cayenne S E-Hybrid | Volvo XC60 T8 2018 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV S-AWC Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLAHnyv3_yWFb_C-mmfXgi8VfTRs48zoy- Check out our video! You like? Click on "Thumbs Up"!! Questions? Add a comment! Do you want more? Click on "Subscribe"! CarQuestion YouTube channel ( English): http://www.youtube.com/c/CarQuestion1 QuestionAuto chaîne YouTube (Français): http://www.youtube.com/c/QuestionAuto1 Facebook: Car Question ( English ) https://www.facebook.com/Car-Question-837072226367638/?fref=ts Facebook : Question Auto ( Français ) https://www.facebook.com/QuestionAuto Facebook Personal: https://www.facebook.com/thomassin.mathieu?fref=ts Twitter Personal: https://twitter.com/mthomassin1 Information / business : Mthomassin@hotmail.com #2018mitsubishioutlanderphev #mitsubishioutlanderphev2018 #mitsubishioutlanderphev #outlanderphev #phevoutlander #outlander #mitsubishi #mitsubishicanada #mitsubishiusa #cars #evcars #hybridcars #carreview #Carquestion #QuestionAuto #mthomassin #carsofinstragram #ajac *You want to use some of our cool car footage? Contact us first! We can help you! ** This channel is now bad word free under the Car Question agreements! Non-constructive comments using bad words are automatically deleted! We appreciate constructive criticism and respectful disagreement! Thank you for your positive attitude, safe, family-friendly environment in the comments, and keeping it clean for kids and adults and those who love cars!
Full Feature & Technology - The New 2018 Mitsubishi OUTLANDER PHEV l Something Different Mitsubishi’s Outlander plug-in hybrid has become such a hit in the UK since its introduction two years ago that it currently accounts for a staggering 50 per cent of sales in the EV and PHEV sector, selling even better than in Japan. It has brought Mitsubishi a prominence it hasn’t had for decades, and the desire to keep this - and underscore its future position as a producer of green SUVs - are drivers for a comprehensive series of Outlander updates for 2016, to both looks and performance. The secret of the PHEV’s success so far is that it is currently the market’s only plug-in hybrid SUV, which means it qualifies for the government’s £5000 'encouragement' subsidy to buyers of electric cars, and the importer sells it at the same price as the regular Outlander diesel. Best of all, the PHEV’s fuel economy and CO2 figures mean it attracts a BIK tax rate of just 5 per cent, a very attractive deal. Even for a 40 per cent tax payer, the tax requirement can be as low as £685 a year. On the move, there’s a further saving in the fact that an owner can charge the PHEV’s batteries either overnight or at fast chargers on motorways, adding a real-world 25 miles of cheap electric travel to the journey each time. For this facelift, there’s a new ‘Dynamic Shield’ frontal treatment that’s said to foreshadow a similar look on future Mitsubishi SUVs. It brings LED daytime running lights, a 3D grille, new bumpers and a mildly different tail treatment. The bumpers also add 40mm to the overall length, making the new Outlander look lower and sleeker than before. Major fascia revisions make the cabin look simpler and classier. There are no changes to interior space, which is generous but not quite class-leading. The seats are comfortable and the fixtures and fittings have a pleasant durability about them. There are six trim levels to peruse through and an additional two gearing up the Outlander PHEV to be a workhorse. The most basic GX3h equipment list is impressive, with dual-zone climate control, rear parking sensors, keyless entry and cruise control, while the GX3-h+ adds heated front seats and the ability to pre-heat the Outlander. The GX4h includes LED headlights, DAB radio, leather seats, a heated steering wheel, a 7in touchscreen infotainment with sat nav and Bluetooth, and a 360deg camera, while the GX4hs adds front and rear parking sensors and additional safety features. The range-topping GX5h includes a wealth of additional luxuries for the rear passengers including heated seats and twin USB ports, and an Alpine stereo and premium Nappa leather interior, while GX5hs adds all Mitsubishi's mitigation safety features present on the lower spec GX4hs. The Outlander PHEV looks a good proposition, although it’s arguable that a modern diesel could equal and possibly beat its range and fuel consumption. =============================================== source : https://www.autocar.co.uk/car-review/mitsubishi/outlander-phev =============================================== one click for subscribe : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcRg95b5SrZ9Zpd6DLgIevQ =============================================== follow me on twitter : https://twitter.com/TeknoRetina =============================================== google + : https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/106325326908479711473/106325326908479711473
2019 mitsubishi outlander phev revealed - Mitsubishi introduced the Outlander PHEV back in 2013 and now it’s giving the plug-in hybrid SUV a significant update for the 2019MY, just months after (finally) launching the model in the United States. The most important change isn’t visible to the naked eye without opening the hood where the Otto-cycle 2 -liter gasoline engine has been replaced by a bigger Atkinson-cycle 2.4-liter unit. Without revealing any output numbers, Mitsu says torque has increased beyond the 186 Newton-meters of torque attainable at 4,500 rpm in the previous Outlander PHEV. At the same time, higher efficiency and a smoother operation are being promised, while the horsepower number remains shrouded in mystery at this point. For what it’s worth, the old 2.0-liter engine offered 118 hp at 4,500 rpm.
Mitsubishi is techifying the electric vehicle market with its 2018 Outlander PHEV plug-in hybrid vehicle. Check out our first look at the hybrid coming to Canada later this year. Additional footage provided by Mitsubishi.
The best selling plug-in hybrid electric utility vehicle worldwide is the Mitsubishi Outlander. This compact crossover comes standard with AWD and two electric motors combining with the 2,0L gasoline engine to produce up to 35km of electric range with additional modes to safe a lot on fuel. Nothing is compromised with this Outlander, it has the same amount of space on the inside as the gasoline version but does it with a whole lot less fuel. The Outlander PHEV is capable of 120V charging, 240V charging, even DC fast charging in roughly 30 minutes for an 80 percent charge. Twitter: https://twitter.com/MotormouthCDN Facebook: http://tinyurl.com/motormouthfb Motormouth: http://www.motormouth.ca/ Subscribe: http://tinyurl.com/motormouthsubscribe Zack Spencer Zach Spencer Canadian Car Review Motormouth Canada
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