Mitsubishi to broaden its range of electrified and hybrid vehicles

By Sandra Zablotna - Thursday 6 June 2024


Mitsubishi Australia plans to expand its electrified and hybrid vehicle line-up to meet the New Vehicle Efficiency Standard (NVES) set for 2025 and beyond.

Currently, Mitsubishi Australia (MMAL) offers only the Outlander PHEV and Eclipse Cross PHEV, lagging behind its competitors. To address this, MMAL announced a comprehensive strategy at its 2024 dealer conference, highlighting plans for new and updated hybrid, plug-in hybrid, and battery electric vehicles by 2030 to ensure NVES compliance and strengthen its market presence.


Mitsubishi US line-up teaser image.

Future plans include electrified versions of the Triton ute, Pajero Sport, and a new Pajero SUV, as well as potential new models like the D:X, all-terrain people mover and a replacement for the ASX small SUV. MMAL may also leverage its alliance with Renault and Nissan to enhance its electrified vehicle offerings.

MMAL's strategy underscores Australia's importance as a core market, committing to significant investment in electrified powertrains. CEO Shaun Westcott emphasized the company's commitment to innovation and collaboration with its dealer network to support this transition, ensuring a wide range of advanced, adventure-ready vehicles by the end of the decade.

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