Engine Petrol + Electric
Electric motor power 160 HP
Battery 12.8 kWh
Cruising range (NEDC / EPA / WLTP) 55 km
Charging time (220V / 380V / DC) 5 h. / - / 30 min.
Acceleration 0-100 km / h 11 s
Maximum speed 170 km / h
MITSUBISHI OUTLANDER HYBRID Owner's Manual & Brochures PDF above the page.
The uniqueness of the car lies in the design of the power plant of the car, which includes a 2-liter gasoline engine with electric motors that are powered by rechargeable batteries.
The batteries, in turn, can be charged either on the move, or connected to the mains.
Taking into account the exoticism of the power plant, driving a car takes some getting used to. Firstly, there is no gear change, as such, power is switched.
You can drive the car, and the on-board computer will decide for itself when the electric motor needs to contribute to the dynamics of your driving, and when it works as a generator to charge the battery.
At their own discretion, the driver decides when to charge the batteries, when to use only electric drive or make all four wheels drive.
On public roads, the Mitsubishi Outlander plug-in hybrid is a very comfortable vehicle with good visibility thanks to its high seating position.
The steering is very balanced, precise and informative, the driver feels like he is steering the car at every turn of the steering wheel.
There are no complaints about the chassis of the car, which creates the maximum level of comfort of movement on board the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV.
Perhaps there are small flaws in maneuverability, the car feels more massive and clumsy than it actually is, but at speed these sensations quickly disappear.