Driving the Future Forward
Clean, efficient and built for Australia.
Mitsubishi Plug-in Hybrid EVs give you an electric driving experience, with the reassurance of a hybrid petrol engine, plus the power of both when you need it. Plug in, charge up and zip around town electrically with zero tailpipe emissions, or use petrol power for longer Australian-made expeditions with remarkable fuel efficiency. You choose the energy, then enjoy the ride.
Never worry whether you have enough charge or fuel, with 2 independent power sources you have double the security and twice the driving fun.
Charge More Ways
Fast charge with a standard Type 2 connector at available public charging stations, plug into any standard domestic power outlet, or charge as you drive with regenerative braking.
Our electric drive motors deliver incredible torque and performance with zero tailpipe emissions.
What is Mitsubishi Plug-in Hybrid EV?
Mitsubishi Plug-in Hybrid electric vehicles are an advancement of traditional hybrid cars, allowing you to charge the electric battery from both an outlet and through regenerative braking. Think of it as having an extra fuel tank that you can fill up at home.
Mitsubishi Plug-in Hybrid EV
Gives you the best of both EV types, with a battery supplying energy to the electric motors, backed by an engine. The battery is recharged by plugging into a power source, and can also charge via regenerative braking while driving. The engine can also act as a generator to charge the battery while driving, powered by fuel.
Fully Electric (EV)
A battery supplies energy to an electric motor. The battery is recharged by plugging in to a power source, and can also charge via regenerative braking while driving.
Fuel supplies energy to an engine that drives the wheels, accompanied by an electric motor. The electric motor is powered by a battery, which receives charge from the traditional engine and regenerative braking while driving.
Plug into the new standard
Mitsubishi Plug-in Hybrid EVs combine the best of both Fully Electric and Traditional Hybrid EVs so you have complete confidence on the road and flexibility wherever you go. Range anxiety is now a distant memory.
All of our Plug-in Hybrid EVs use the standard Type 2 charging cable, which has been adopted as the industry standard across Europe, Asia, Australia and New Zealand.
Lightning Fast Charging
Quickly recharge your Plug-in Hybrid EV to 80% capacity in just 25 to 38 minutes (depending on model) using a public rapid recharging station.
Plug in to any domestic 240V power point to charge your Plug-in Hybrid EV overnight.
In addition to plug-in top ups, your Plug-in Hybrid EV will continue to generate power during regular driving, whether you're using the electric motor or hybrid petrol engine.
Zero tailpipe emissions in EV mode
When driving in EV mode, you can go about your day knowing that you're not producing any tailpipe emissions on your commute. Pair that with a solar charge system at home for the cleanest, most sustainable way to power your drive.
On average, Outlander Plug-in Hybrid EV owners are driving in full EV mode and producing zero tailpipe emissions 84% of the time.
Available in the new Outlander Plug-in Hybrid EV
Offset Electricity Bills
A Mitsubishi Plug-in Hybrid EV can act as an additional battery cell for your homeO3. It can draw power from your own solar system, or the grid during low cost hours, and then store that energy on boardO3. During peak times you can draw on power saved in the EV battery and use it for your home, offsetting your electricity bills. Any power you don't use can be fed back into the grid to offset your billsO3.
Using bi-directional charging technology, Mitsubishi's Plug-in Hybrid EV's high capacity battery can power your home for days during an outage or an emergencyO3. Unused energy captured by regenerative braking while driving can also be sold back into the gridO3.
Dendo Drive House
Mitsubishi's Dendo Drive House system allows you to not only charge your Plug-in Hybrid vehicle at home using solar power, you can also charge your home from your vehicle. It's an emergency power source and an electricity cost-saver, all in one.Dendo Drive House Explained
Extensive Dealer Network
You'll find accredited Mitsubishi Plug-in Hybrid EV Dealerships and Service Centres all around Australia.
Mitsubishi trained technicians are experts in maintaining electric vehicles to ensure optimum performance, safety and reliability.
Original high quality Mitsubishi parts and accessories ensure your Plug-in Hybrid EV performs at its best.
Frequently Asked Questions
The Eclipse Cross Plug-in Hybrid EV has an all-electric range of 54km and the all-new Outlander Plug-in Hybrid EV has an all-electric range of 84km.
Both vehicles have the reassurance of a petrol hybrid engine that provides complete confidence for longer trips.
Electric range figures are based on sample vehicle testing in accordance with ADR 81/02. Actual results will vary depending on traffic conditions, vehicle conditions and driving style. Lithium-ion cells degrade over time, and any decrease in battery capacity will reduce range.
When in all-electric mode, Plug-in Hybrid EVs allow you to drive with zero tailpipe emissions.
The all-new Outlander Plug-in Hybrid EV provides vehicle to load capability, which means it can be used as a mobile battery to power a range of appliances. It has two 220-240V AV sockets with a maximum combined 1500W on-board.
The all-new Outlander Plug-in Hybrid EV offers bi-directional (Vehicle to Grid) charging. Accessed via the vehicles CHAdeMO charging port, the bi-directional charging capability allows the energy stored in the vehicle's drive battery to be discharged back into the grid, or to power a home or other property not connected to the grid.
An approved Bi-directional EVSE is required to utilise this capability, which is sold separately to the vehicle
Using the vehicle's dedicated charge port and cable, the drive battery can be recharged by one of these methods:
- Normal Charging (AC 230-240V / 10A) with a standard domestic power point
- Normal Charging (AC 230-240V / 15A) using a home or public charging device (EVSE)
- Quick Charging at a public charging station
You can also charge while you drive using the Regenerative Braking System.
- Approximately 9.5 hours using a standard domestic power point (AC 230-240V / 10A)
- Approximately 6.5 hours using a home or public charging device (EVSE) (AC 230-240V / 15A)
- Approximately 38 minutes for an 80% charge, using a public charging station
Yes, Plug-in Hybrid EV vehicles purchased from 1 October 2020 can count on it. The warranty includes:
- 10 year/200,000 km (whichever occurs first) New Car Warranty*
- 5 year Perforation Corrosion Warranty
- 8 year / 160,000km (whichever occurs first) Drive Battery Warranty
*Mitsubishi's Standard New Car Warranty is 5 year/100,000 km (whichever occurs first). You may also be eligible for an Extended New Car Warranty up to 10 year/200,000 km if you've had all scheduled services done through the authorised Mitsubishi Motors Dealer Network. Some customers are excluded such as government, taxis, rentals and selected national business.
Are Plug-in Hybrid EV vehicles covered by the Mitsubishi Diamond Advantage 10 year Capped Price Servicing Program?
Yes, Plug-in Hybrid EV vehicles purchased from 1 October 2020 can count on it. The Program includes:
- Capped Price Servicing is available for a maximum of 10 years / 150,000km (whichever occurs first)*
*Conditions apply. Excludes Government and rental customers.
Yes, all new Mitsubishi vehicles receive 12 months Roadside Assist. Plug-in Hybrid EV vehicles are not eligible for Auto Club Membership.
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