Mitsubishi plans to have the plug-in-hybrid version of the Outlander sport utility market ready in late August, company executives said during a visit to Detroit ahead of the North American International Auto Show.
As part of the visit, Mitsubishi offered up a glimpse of a prototype of the production the 2017 Outlander PHEV.
The 2017 Outlander PHEV, which will have its formal introduction this spring at the New York International Auto Show, will have the same basic dimensions as the Outlander but two rows of seats rather than three to accommodate the battery that will allow it to travel on electric power only. The vehicle also be outfitted with high-tech driver assistance feature, said Mitsubishi spokesman Alex Fedorak. (more…)