Responsible for building Japan's first series-production automobile in 1917, enthusiasts know Mitsubishi for the Lancer Evolution, a sport sedan built as part of the company's connection with off-road rally racing. Currently, in the US, Mitsubishi manufactures one sedan, one hatchback, two crossovers and one electric vehicle.
In some ways, the Outlander PHEV remains miles ahead of its limited competition.
The Outlander PHEV occupies a unique spot, and changes to its new generation only enhance the experience further.
The company's entire US lineup will get Ralliart special editions early next year.
The days of Ralliart being a performance brand might be gone, but we still appreciate the stylistic improvements it makes to the Outlander and Eclipse Cross.
Both will debut at the 2022 Tokyo Auto Salon in January.
If you like how the standard SUV looks, you'll love the PHEV, too.
Not too shabby, Mitsu. That plug-in range is impressive.