It’s Europe’s number one plug-in hybrid
Chosen by over 200,000 owners
The Outlander PHEV has been the most popular plug-in hybrid since its launch. People love the fact that it’s a practical SUV, combined with modern hybrid technology.
Take a closer look
An SUV with a best-in-class 4x4 system
The Outlander PHEV comes with one of the most intelligent and advanced 4WD systems available: S-AWC (Super All Wheel Control). We started perfecting our 4WD systems back in the 1980s.
REASSURING GRIP IN ANY CONDITIONS
Whatever the journey, this vehicle is always ready
The 4WD system controls the driving and braking force to each wheel. This means the Outlander PHEV offers greater stability and control whatever Mother Nature throws your way.
Electric Vehicle technology at its heart (EV first)
We’ve been developing EV technology for over thirty years. In fact, we launched the world’s first ever mass-produced electric vehicle. We’ve been perfecting this EV technology and it forms the beating heart of the Outlander PHEV.
Range in EV mode alone
Electric range means it easily copes with the daily commute or school runs on electric charge alone.
Home chargers (90-100%)
That’s all it takes to get a full charge on a dedicated home charger.
That’s how long we’ve been developing and perfecting our EV technology used in the Outlander PHEV.
The best of both worlds
The Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV has powerful twin electric motors and a conventional petrol engine which work together. You can choose electric (EV) mode or gasoline mode manually or let the Outlander PHEV select it for you automatically.
GO HYBRID WHEN YOU NEED IT
The reassurance of the petrol engine for longer trips
For longer or higher speed journeys, for example motorway driving, the gasoline engine takes over from the electric motors. In other words, you’ve got the power when you need it.
GO ELECTRIC FOR LOW COST DRIVING
Twin electric motors for your daily drives
100% Electric (EV) mode is ideal for shorter journeys, or stop-start traffic. There’s less wear and tear on the engine and it means lower running costs for you.
Up to 61%* less CO2 emissions
That’s the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV: lowering your average CO2 emission with just 46gm per kilometer**.
* In 2018, average new car emissions were 120.6g CO2/km. 61.86% less CO2 is for the PHEV CO2 vs an average new car in Europe.
** Average CO2 emission based on WLTP.