On the same CMF-B platform as the Renault Captur, the new Mitsubishi ASX will boast Full Hybrid and plug-in engines “on tap”.
The Mitsubishi ASX will have a future: during the presentation of the future electrification strategy of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance, the Japanese manufacturer confirmed the arrival (for 2023) of the second generation of its SUV, through a teaser image. which reveals a certain resemblance to its “cousin” Renault Captur.
After the latest restyling in 2019, the ASX is called upon to reinvigorate the sales capital it has achieved since its first market launch in 2010 and which now numbers almost 380,000 units.
Features of Mitsubishi ASX
What will the next model look like? For the moment, the only confirmed details are the use of the shared CMF-B platform , its production at the Valladollid plant (in Spain) and the presence of both Full Hybrid and plug-in hybrid engines derived from Renault E-Tech.