The new Mitsubishi ASX is developed especially for the European market and is based on the CMF-B platform designed within the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance. The new ASX small SUV offers a wide range of powertrain options, including a Plug-in Hybrid (PHEV), Full Hybrid (HEV), and Mild Hybrid.
"The growth and electrification of SUVs are the dominant trends in the European market today, and this will continue. With a complete package, the new ASX (Active Sports X-over) is a perfect fit for the European market," said Frank Krol, CEO of Mitsubishi Motors Europe.
Similar to the Renault Captur, the new small SUV's design incorporates Mitsubishi Motors' 'Dynamic Shield' theme, inducing robustness and dynamism while highlighting the Japanese brand's iconic three-diamond logo.
The side profile combines a flowing silhouette with a sporty touch, with 17- or 18-inch wheels giving the model a firm stance. The rear part completes the sporty versatility of the design. From launch, the car will be available in six colors, combined with a black roof on top trims.
Equipped with the latest infotainment technology, the interior of the new ASX combines style and comfort with space and versatility, as well as a boot capacity of 332 liters (VDA), which increases by a further 69 liters thanks to the forward sliding of the rear seats.
The keyless entry system simplifies access to the Mitsubishi ASX, standard on all trims except the entry-level version. When the driver approaches within about one meter of the vehicle, the system detects the Hands-Free card and automatically unlocks the doors. Similarly, when leaving the car – as soon as the Hands-Free card passes beyond the one-meter radius of the vehicle and can no longer be detected, the system automatically locks the doors.