Updated Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross will receive a rechargeable hybrid installation

Mitsubishi has shared teaser images of the updated version of the Eclipse Cross SUV. This will be a planned upgrade of the model that appeared in 2017.

The appearance of the crossover will change significantly, and some design elements, as noted by Mitsubishi, will be borrowed from the e-Evolution concept shown at the Tokyo Motor Show in autumn 2017. Eclipse Cross will receive a more aggressive front end design with modified head optics, new bumpers and taillights, which will lose the jumper that divides the rear window into two parts. An advanced multimedia system is expected in the cabin.

In the engine range, the current engines will remain (this is a 1.5-liter gasoline engine and a 2.2 turbodiesel, which, however, is not available in our market), but with the update, the Eclipse Cross will also acquire a hybrid installation with the ability to recharge a battery (PHEV). Details about it will become known later: the premiere of the updated crossover will take place this fall. Sales will begin in the first half of next year.