2021 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross teased, also offered with plug-in hybrid powertrain

Mitsubishi has recently released a first look at the 2021 Eclipse Cross. For the first time, the company will expand its portfolio of the industry-leading plug-in hybrid (PHEV) drivetrain in select global markets. The redesigned Eclipse Cross is scheduled to release in fiscal year 2020, which ends on March 31, 2021.
2021 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross teased

Launched globally in 2017, the Eclipse Cross is the company's crossover SUV, which fuses a coupe-like style with SUV capabilities. The refreshed model has radically changed front and rear design, bringing forward a more upscale and energetic design to complement the sleek SUV styling.
"The new design draws inspiration from the Mitsubishi e-Evolution Concept emphasizing the strength and dynamics from our SUV heritage, while enhancing the cleanliness and elegance of a coupe-like SUV," said design chief Seiji Watanabe. "The Eclipse Cross is the first step toward the next generation of Mitsubishi Design, and there is so much more to come."
In addition to engine model, Mitsubishi will expand PHEV lineup with the new Eclipse Cross in select markets. Drawing from the success of the Outlander PHEV, which is the world's best-selling PHEV with more than 260,000 units sold worldwide, the Eclipse Cross will be the second Mitsubishi PHEV on the market, enabling customers to expand their activity range through an electrified SUV.

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