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Mitsubishi Motors Corporation has revealed the restyled 2022 Eclipse Cross, offering a sleek, sporty SUV appearance and improved driving confidence and comfort.

18 Oct 2020 | International News : U.S.A


Mitsubishi Motors Corporation has revealed the restyled 2022 Eclipse Cross, offering a sleek, sporty SUV appearance and improved driving confidence and comfort.

The new Eclipse Cross will first launch in Australia and New Zealand in November 2020, and there will be a plug-in hybrid variant of the vehicle available in select markets.

The restyling brings a sharply sculpted hexagon design, blending sleekness and elegance with the ruggedness and dependability of an SUV
The redesigned Eclipse Cross features significant styling enhancements, producing a sleek and sporty SUV appearance. Never before has a Mitsubishi vehicle been so design-forward, as the Eclipse Cross brings sophistication to the next level. The result is a vehicle that looks sleek, stable, upscale and unique.

The front end adopts an evolved version of Mitsubishi's signature Dynamic Shield design concept, expressing strength and security. A new front bumper guard and refreshed light layout completes the front design with a bold, dynamic look.

The sleek silhouette continues to the rear with a redesigned hatch and rear window, giving a more sophisticated SUV styling and resulting in improved rear visibility as well as distinctive and contemporary styling.

The interior has been updated with new materials and an 8.0-inch infotainment screen, making the cabin a more enjoyable place to be in than before
Inside the cabin, a new black interior with silver accents and light grey leather seats creates a more sophisticated look. Door trims also coordinate with the car seat colour to feature a high-quality and sporty interior, and the new changes move it to a more enjoyable and upscale level.

A new 8.0-inch smartphone-link display audio system comes standard, giving the driver a better view of the information. The screen has been moved closer to the driver and front-seat passenger for ease of use, and now incorporates volume and tuning knobs. The touchpad of previous model years has been removed to allow for more storage space on the centre console.

Carried over from the previous model, the Eclipse Cross is fitted with the company's 1.5-litre MIVEC direct injection turbocharged four-cylinder engine. A thoroughly modern design, the MIVEC engine is all-aluminium for light weight, and perfectly balances the seemingly distinct priorities of power and efficiency.

Paired with an eight-speed continuously variable transmission, the new Eclipse Cross optimises driving dynamics while also achieving low fuel consumption.

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