Posted September 26, 2018 08:20:22As we have already discussed, the Mitsubishis new generation Outlander was the car that got the Japanese car makers attention when it was revealed at the Geneva Motor Show earlier this year.
Its a supercar in every way, with a range of performance that is nothing short of impressive.
It is the only car to ever be a global supercar.
The Mitsubisherians success is something that has been well documented, as it has taken the company from the shadow of the Dodge Challenger to the global throne.
It has been a remarkable ride, with the company continuing to grow as a company.
Now, we are back at the show with another review of the latest model.
With the introduction of the new Mitsubisha Outlander, the company is finally ready to make some news about the future.
What we have in store in terms of performance are quite a few things.
We have the potential to see more of the Outlander and its new turbocharged 2.5-litre turbo petrol engine, which will provide around 250hp, and even more than that from a diesel version.
The new engine will be paired with the next generation of the automaker’s latest turbocharged 4MATIC engine, and we will get to see how this will compare to the outgoing model.
The engine has been designed specifically for the new model, and there are also new components inside, such as new pistons, pistonshafts, camshafts, cylinder heads, turbochargers and more.
This will give the Outlanders performance at a level that is both fast and very fuel efficient.
With this in mind, the new Outlander will be available with either the new 6-speed manual or with the 6-mode 8-speed automatic gearbox, and this should make for some interesting driving.
The drivetrain will also receive a boost, with four-wheel drive, and will be the first model in a long time to offer a four-speed transmission.
The Outlander’s new 5-speed all-wheel-drive will be a huge improvement, too.
The company says that it will deliver up to 30mpg on the highway and up to 27mpg when using the all-season tyre package.
It will also come with a new fuel efficiency rating of 27mpgs per litre.
The standard Outlander gets a range from 0-60mph in 3.8sec and top speed of 155mph.
It can go further than this with the optional 8-mode all-speed and is capable of going from 0 to 100mph in 8.2sec and topping out at 160mph.
The next model in the Outlandish lineup will also be offered with the all new 2.6-litres turbocharged 3.6L engine.
This is the turbocharged engine that was announced in the 2016 model year, and is expected to go into production later this year or early in 2019.
The power is expected for around 250HP.
This new engine also promises a fuel efficiency of up to 28mpg, but this will be based on an eight-speed gearbox.
The 6-cylinder will produce 542bhp, while the 8-cylindre will deliver 540bhp.
The car is expected in 2019 with a price tag of 6,822,300 yen ($8,947).
The new Outlanders new turbo will have a range between 0-100km/h in 4.2 seconds, with top speed hitting 145mph.
There will be four models available in the new lineup, starting with the 4MATICS, a standard model.
We also have a new SUV, the 5MATICS SUV.
This SUV will be equipped with a six-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission, with six-wheel power-steering, a rear-axle differential and a six in-line headlights.
The 5MATIC SUV will also have the all the new standard equipment, such a power rear-view camera, an electric roof rack, and the electric power steering system.
The SUV comes with a starting price of 3,928,300 ($38,938).
The Outlandish will be arriving on the US market next year, but it is not certain whether it will be offered in Europe, Asia or the rest of the world.
Mitsubashis new model will be released in the UK in early 2019, although this will depend on whether the car is offered in the US.