We believe a more vibrant society can be created through mobility. In other words, the more efficient ways we have of getting around, the better we’ll all be. That’s why we started our development into electric vehicle (EV) technology way back in 1970.
In 2009, we launched the i-MiEV, the first ever mass-produced electric vehicle. More recently, we’ve been developing plug-in hybrid technology. A hybrid electric vehicle uses both a petrol engine and an internal battery as its main sources of power. But a Plug-in Hybrid EV (PHEV) has a battery which can be recharged from the mains. Our research and development in this area resulted in the 2013 launch of the Outlander PHEV. In 2017 we introduced the e-Evolution concept car, which shows we’re already thinking about the future.
The motors power the vehicle using electricity from the battery, resulting in zero fuel consumption and zero CO2 emissions. The drive mode is quiet, clean and powerful. Maximum speed is 135km/h.
The motors power the vehicle using engine-generated electricity. The engine generates electricity to recharge the battery when the level is low and to increase power when accelerating rapidly or climbing hills
The engine powers the vehicle at high speeds etc, (when engine efficiency is high) with assistance from the motors when extra power is required.
Having separately mounted motors on the front and rear axles not only delivers a smoother ride, it's also incredibly quiet. You could be gliding through the city streets or country roads in the early hours and no one will notice. And in all-electric driving mode, you'll benefit from zero fuel consumption and zero CO2 emissions.
Our PHEV drive system stores the electricity in a large capacity lithium-ion battery (13.8kw) which gives you a range of 33 miles. Combine that with the 2.4-litre atkinson cycle engine and you’ve got a total range of over 375miles (600km).
Because our PHEV system harnesses electric power more often, and the 2.4-litre atkinson cycle engine is highly efficient, our PHEV vehicles have ultra-low CO2 emissions: 40g/km(NEDC) and 46g/km(WLTP).
This integrated control system is only available from Mitsubishi Motors. It delivers incredible power and control by managing several on-board systems all at once: AYC (Active Yaw Control), ASC (Active Stability Control) with Traction Control and ABS (Anti-lock Braking System). This means the Twin Motor 4WD system is working at its best, without compromising safety, comfort or fuel efficiency.
A new Drive Mode makes S-AWC even better because it lets you choose the best setting for your road conditions:
Normal- Use for regular driving on dry tarmac roads.
Snow- Easier starts and more secure cornering on snow-covered roads.
Lock- Evenly distributes power to all four wheels for improved traction and stability. Use on rough dirt and gravel roads.
Sport- Use this mode for quicker response on dryer, winding roads.
There are several ways to charge, including over 6,000 charging locations across the UK. It takes as little as 25 minutes to charge your PHEV vehicle up to 80% at a Rapid Charger.
The Outlander PHEV can be charged in several different ways. All of them are easy and convenient. Just choose the one that suits you best.
Find more than 40,000 charging points across Europe with the latest available information. The EV Charging Station Finder App works on your iPhone*. It works on AndroidTM smartphone as well, and also through Android AutoTM on the on-board MMC Smartphone Link Display Audio (SDA). You can either search for chargers based on your current location or by choosing a location. The app will also tell you whether the charging point is available or occupied.
A dedicated home charger is one that is installed outside your home by a trained electrician. We recommend the Pod Point and Chargemaster brands.
The drive battery can be charged via a standard UK wall socket which we recommend uses a dedicated electrical circuit, checked by a qualified electrician. 7 hours for 230V 8A.
A rapid charger can provide up to 80% charge in as little as 25 minutes, making them the quickest way to charge in the UK. Commonly found at motorway service stations and close to major roads.
You'll find Fast Chargers in supermarket car parks and shopping centres and anywhere else a car can be left for an extended period – sometimes even workplaces.