The era of the EV is fast approaching and every car maker wants to enter the segment with all their might. With the news from Mitsubishi that their battery electric Outlander crossover will be released by March of 2013, it is sure that, they also want to participate in the competition.
Details on specifications or price haven’t been confirmed yet, but the intention of the Japanese automaker is evident from the fact that Mitsubishi’s battery-electric crossover marks its continued efforts to cut its fleets’ carbon footprint by way of broader electrification.
Currently, the 2012 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport is amassing huge appreciation from its owners due to the enhanced features it offers along with decent mileage.
The new crossover SUV, seating up to five people, has been engineered to enhance fuel mileage. The MIVEC engine provides the driver with two options for powering the Outlander, electric battery or fuel powered.
The Mitsubishi Outlander Sport provides many features to enhance the vehicle’s ability to navigate in any weather condition, as well as the comfort and functionality of the vehicle and its operation.
Mitsubishi lays claim to their Outlander being the first ’Crossover’ in the market 11 years ago. The new version of the Mitsubishi Outlander, previewed as the PX-MiEV II Concept, has been revealed ahead of its debut at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show.