Aside from selling vehicles of the highest quality, Mitsubishi stays busy by promoting new features on its models, forging new alliances, and lending a helping hand to those in need. From developing new sustainable vehicle technologies to pursuing an electric future, here are some of the incredible things Mitsubishi has been up to lately.
In September, Mitsubishi announced a groundbreaking partnership with Google to equip new Mitsubishi vehicles with an impressively advanced next-generation infotainment system. The technology promises to take seamless connectivity to a whole new level. Slated to be available by 2021, the new infotainment system will operate via Android. This new infotainment system will expand in-vehicle perks, making it easier to access favorite music, navigation functions, apps, and smartphone features.
As a member of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance, Mitsubishi has an insider seat when it comes to new and emerging platforms and technologies that enable enhanced performance and increased efficiency. While many specifics are still unclear, the brand has suggested that more electrified options are on the horizon. Currently, the 2019 Outlander PHEV is an industry leader in efficiency and versatility. The automaker is likely to release electrified versions of the popular Eclipse Cross, the Mirage, and the Mirage G4 sometime in the future.
In the wake of tragedy, Mitsubishi Motors Corporation announced that it will donate 1 billion rupiah (or about 8,000,000 yen) to aid in the cleanup effort after an earthquake devastated the Sulawesi Island in Indonesia. Mitsubishi will also support the victims of the natural disaster by sending rescue cars to the area to assist victims still suffering from the tragedy.
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