Mitsubishi Unveils Cargo Outlander PHEV
Mitsubishi Motors presented at the CENEX 2014 Low Carbon Vehicle Event in UK the new delivery version of Outlander PHEV, which was announced a few weeks ago.
Outlander PHEV GX3h 4Work could be an interesting proposition as, according to Mitsubishi, it will cost £23,373 ($38,000) after deducting the Government’s plug-in van grant and reclaiming the VAT.
Mike Thomas, General Manager of Product Planning for Mitsubishi Motors in the UK, stated:
“The Outlander Gx3h 4Work represents a significant cost reduction for companies running fleets of vans and independent businesses that need a reliable all conditions, all weather work-horse.”
The main change is of course in the passenger compartment, which was turned from a 5-seater into a 2-seater with an enlarged trunk.
Interior refinement – The Outlander GX3h 4Work has the driving environment of a high specification passenger vehicle, with dual zone climate control, keyless entry and operation, leather steering wheel, Bluetooth and quality audio.
Exterior style – The vehicle looks smart standing on 18” alloy wheels and is available in metallic, pearlescent and solid paint finishes.
Superior driving – Super all wheel control (S-AWC) delivers incredible traction and stability by automatically adjusting power output and braking. For improved traction on slippery services, four-wheel drive is available at the push of a button. Energy regeneration paddles allow selective recovery of energy from the motion of the vehicle to the battery. Cruise control and speed limiter and rain sensitive wipers complete a formidable package.
For comparison, here is passenger version: