The new Mitsubishi Outlander for the local market was presented: how does it differ from the global model?
On the evening of June 24 this year, the all-new Outlander 2022 from GAC Mitsubishi was officially unveiled.
The car debuted as a live online broadcast. After more than 20 years of development, the new Outlander has undergone dramatic design changes compared to previous models and has received reputable certifications such as the Japan Good Design Award and German iF Design Award.
The overall appearance of the all-new Outlander stands out for its brutal and angular appearance.
It is completely different from the rounded design used in previous models and popular crossovers.
As for the shape of the front fascia, it is made in the «Dynamic Shield» style, and the darkened grille retains the classic «X» shape.
C-shaped thick chrome ᵴtriƥes add some sophistication, and the two sides are equipped with divided groups of LED lights.
Sharp and narrow daytime running lights and turn indicators are located at the top, which greatly improves the model’s recognizability.
The side of the body is characterized by sharp lines. The muscular waistline visually connects the front and rear sides, and the «soaring» roof further reduces the visual center of gravity, making the car’s landing more stable and dynamic.
The dimensions of the new Outlander are 4710x1862x1745 mm with a wheelbase of 2706 mm.
At the stern, the crossover uses sharp lines to create a unique hexagonal trunk door.
In addition, horizontally positioned T-shaped lights visually increase the width of the car.
In addition to the introduction of the Outlander, GAC Mitsubishi announced a new travel brand, M-DISCOVER, based on the benefits of its own product, which brings together professional travel resources, deeply explores new ways to travel, and provides users with professional, innovative, personalized and diverse services.
«We believe the all-new Outlander will push car owners around the world and their families to new experiences and new adventures,» said Kenichiro Yamamoto, CEO of GAC Mitsubishi.