Mitsubishi has focused on crosses after offering a fairly rounded training in recent years, consisting of traditional and sports cars geared towards enthusiasts. This transition to SUVs is more evident after the revelation of the 2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross at the 2017 Geneva Auto Show.
The new 2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross shares a large black grid with the current Outlander, but benefits from a set of large fog lamps and thick chrome pieces to give it a more determined look. Its rear windscreen, full-width brakes and bold wrinkles on the doors help keep it away from other Mitsubishi models.
Inside, the 2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross has a more retro design than the Outlander or ASX and features a new information and entertainment system mounted on a center console. This unit will be offered with Apple’s CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity, and can be ordered with a second touchpad mounted next to the controller.
Under the model 2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross Hood will be a 1.5-liter turbocharged engine that can breathe some life into the cross line of the automaker. The final figures are not yet available, but we hope to release the Outlander Sport. The coupling with this engine will be a continuously variable transmission with an eight-speed manual sport mode and an electronically controlled total control system. The latter will work to help improve handling on the dry sidewalk by adjusting torque and braking on the rear wheels to guide it through the corners.
The 2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross will go on sale in early 2018 and is expected to cost approximately £ 19,000. However, the best specification models could cost £ 30,000. All details must be announced at the first creation at the Geneva Motor Show in 2017 in March.