- the 2022 mitsubishi outlander will debut february 16.
- the redesigned crossover will likely share components with the nissan rogue.
- expect it to go on sale later this year.
mitsubishi's first new product in a long time, the redesigned 2022 outlander, will officially arrive february 16. of course, we've already seen much of the new model thanks to leaked photos of its new exterior styling, but we'll learn more about its mechanical details and see its interior in a few weeks.
the new outlander will look more modern than the current generation, which has been around since 2014. it's expected to share components with the recently redesigned 2021 nissan rogue, including possibly its underpinnings and its 2.5-liter inline-four engine. the plug-in-hybrid version of the outlander will also return for this generation.
mitsubishi released a video showing a prototype of the outlander driving off-road and says that it will offer a new version of the company's super all-wheel control all-wheel-drive system. the company also says that the new outlander will be larger than before, which means its optional third-row seat is likely to remain.
the car will debut via live stream on february 16 at 6 p.m. est, and the 2022 outlander will go on sale in the u.s. sometime later in 2021.