2022 Mitsubishi Airtrek EV SUV leaked forward of release

In April this yr, Mitsubishi introduced the go back of the Airtrek nameplate for an all-electric SUV that can be introduced in China in 2021. Forward of an reputable release, Chinese language media have leaked photographs of the style, in conjunction with a couple of initial main points.

Regardless of the colourful camouflage, the pictures supply us with a excellent take a look at the full design of the Airtrek. Glaring Mitsubishi cues come with the Dynamic Defend face on the entrance, which includes a dual-tier lights setup (very similar to the Mi-Tech Thought) that is composed of sunlight hours working lighting positioned above the L-shaped major headlamps.

As noticed in previous teasers, a chrome bar hyperlinks the higher DRLs, whilst the grille comes with rugged slats this is joined through the Mitsubishi brand simply above the quantity plate. In the meantime, the decrease apron sports activities a trapezoidal-shaped consumption and sensors for the SUV’s lively protection programs.

On the rear, T-shaped rear lights that stretch against the rear fenders give the Airtrek a particular glance, joined through a scalloped tailgate phase. Considered from the facet, you’ll spot a emerging shoulder line that leads to a C-pillar design that implies a “floating roof” glance. There are not any internal photographs simply but, so lifestyles within the cabin stays a thriller for now.

Mitsubishi has already showed that the Airtrek can be collectively advanced with Guangzhou Automotive Staff (GAC), and experiences point out that the SUV can be in keeping with the latter’s Aion V. In China, the Aion V measures 4,586 mm lengthy, 1,920 mm large and 1,728 mm tall, with a wheelbase that spans 2,830 mm.

GAC Aion V

In comparison to the latest Outlander, the Aion V occupies a way smaller footprint, even supposing it does win on the subject of wheelbase (2,830 mm as opposed to 2,706 mm). The extra beneficiant internal house is most likely because of the Aion V’s GAC Electrical Platform 2.0 (GEP 2.0), which will have to even be used for the Airtrek and provides us an approximation of the approaching Mitsubishi SUV’s measurement.

We don’t have main points of the Airtrek’s electrical powertrain, however regarding the Aion V, it will include a front-mounted electrical motor rated at 184 PS (181 hp or 135 kW) and 350 Nm of torque. The Aion V gives between 500 to 680 km of vary, relying on variant.