The newly Mitsubishi crossover SUV will be most likely introduced at Geneva auto show in March. This forthcoming model will be a small crossover, and according to some rendering photos that we have, it will be very attractive and modernistic vehicle. Some rumors suggest that we can expect this model in the U.S dealerships sometime in 2018. This model will be something flanked by the Sport Outlander and the standard Outlander. As we know, the Sport Outlander is a little bit bigger than for example other subcompact SUVs like the Honda HR-V, while the standard Outlander is a bit larger than compacts like the Honda CR-V.
According to new photos, the Mitsubishi Crossover will be certainly the most appealing model in the Mitsubishi lineup so far. Everything will be so futuristic, and the front fascia is probably the nicer part. Here we can see recognizable front grille from Mitsubishi but now with sharper angles. Also, the grille is black colored and we can see gray Company logo in the middle. Around the grille, we can expect chrome material. The headlights will just like the other lighting on the vehicle use LED technology. The grille is also in some kind of connection with the front bumper and just below the slim headlights, we can notice large fog lights. Also, the air intakes are notable.
The cabin of Mitsubishi Crossover is still very mysterious but we can probably expect the similar interior design like in the Outlander. This is just an assumption, and as soon as Company announces some official information we will let you know. From some rumors cabin will provide leather upholstery for the seats, Android Auto, Apple Car Play, Bluetooth, and a lot of safety features.
The engine of Mitsubishi Crossover is not as mysterious as the cabin and we have some official information about powertrains. The Mitsubishi manufacturer will use a newly turbocharged four-cylinder engine. This engine will provide more horses and torque power than the current 2.4-liter four-cylinder. The max power output will be between 166 and 168 horsepower and 162 and 167 lb-ft of torque. When it comes to the transmission system, there is no official info about that. But according to some rumors, maybe we can expect even the same transmission as in the Outlander model.
The Mitsubishi, unfortunately, didn’t say anything about the prices, but it is still too early for that.