Crossover entry in the Japanese brand’s offer, Mitsubishi has just scheduled the arrival of the new generation ASX, for 2023. Which, in addition, will appear in Europe already with hybrid and plug-in hybrid engines.
Proposal with an already long commercial path, after to have hit the market in 2010, the Mitsubishi ASX will finally meet successor. Whose arrival on European markets is, from now on, scheduled for spring 2023.
second announces to Mitsubishi, the new ASX will, however, unlike the generation currently on sale, benefit from a much wider range of engines. Adding to the already known exclusively combustion engines, gasoline, new hybrid and plug-in hybrid engines.
Alongside this novelty, the revelation, equally, that the new model will be based on the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi CMF-B Alliance platform, synonymous with a modular architecture for B-segment vehicles, already used in models such as the Renault Captur, Dacia Sandero or Nissan Juke.
As for the production, will take place, according to Mitsubishi, at Renault’s plant in Valladolid, Spain.
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Still on the future ASX, which will succeed a generation that has sold close to 380 thousand units since its launch, the Japanese brand recalls that it will be the third PHEV-powered SUV in the manufacturer’s offering, after the Outlander PHEV and Eclipse Cross PHEV. Two proposals already on sale in Portugal.
“Mitsubishi Motors has a rich SUV heritage, having been the first manufacturer to offer a plug-in hybrid SUV, first with the Outlander PHEV and today with the Eclipse Cross PHEV”, recalls Mitsubishi Motors Europe President and CEO Frank Krol. Adding that, “the SUV format continues to grow in popularity in Europe and, with plug-in hybrids becoming the mainstream market, we are ready to use this heritage in the next generation ASX.”