The next-generation model was put through a series of tests. Notably, it will carry the latest version of the Super-All Wheel Control system which provides driver confidence and security in all weather and road conditions. Engineers built the all-new Outlander with considerable capability as inherited from its larger siblings, the Montero and Pajero. Plus, it also embodies the brand’s ‘I-Fu-Do-Do’ product concept, which means authentic and majestic. Mitsubishi claims that this upcoming model will deliver the highest level of maneuverability and superb driving performance.
No official specifications were presented just yet, however, some reports say that the next-generation Mitsubishi Outlander will have larger dimensions than its predecessor. That said, this might open the possibility for a third-row of seats as an option. Plus, the brand might be releasing a plug-in hybrid powertrain like the one found on its outgoing model.
Some reports also claim that key resemblances or shared components with the current Nissan Rogue are also possible for the upcoming model, given the strong brand alliance established between both Japanese automakers alongside Renault. Then again, these are unconfirmed details, so we’re going to have to wait for its February 16 debut, from there, we shall be able to grasp some official specifications and other necessary information surrounding its all-new crossover.