The Japanese manufacturer Mitsubishi has just crossed the bar of 200,000 copies of plug-in hybrid models sold in Europe.
Nine years ago, Mitsubishi unveiled the Outlander PHEV at the 2012 Paris Motor Show: the model became theplug-in hybrid the most sold in the European zone to date, with 196,870 units.
Today, the Japanese manufacturer announces that it has crossed the symbolic bar of 200,000 copies plug-in hybrid models sold in Europe, thanks to the arrival of the new Eclipse Cross PHEV, launched last spring and which has since sold 5,943 units.
“With the Outlander PHEV and now the Eclipse Cross PHEV, Mitsubishi Motors’ plug-in hybrid technology is recognized as one of the most advanced and reliable on the market – as evidenced by sales performance. Having registered more than 200,000 units since the European launch eight years ago is a remarkable achievement, knowing that plug-in hybrids have only just become widespread on the market ”, says Frank Krol, President & CEO of Mitsubishi Motors
The model features the third generation of Mitsubishi’s plug-in hybrid technology, with two electric motors and four-wheel drive, and including the “Super-All-Wheel-Control” system, which optimizes the dynamic behavior of the vehicle.
In our countries, Mitsubishi sold 10,000 copies plug-in hybrid models, thanks to the Outlander and Eclipse Cross PHEV. The France is also the third European market for the Eclipse Cross PHEV, behind Germany and Norway. Despite the shortage of semiconductors, Mitsubishi is ensuring the maintenance of its offer thanks to the adaptation of its range, and according to the Japanese manufacturer, its Eclipse Cross PHEV does not suffer from delivery time constraints.
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