Mitsubishi’s ASX appeared on the European market back in 2010 (during which time it underwent several restylings), but the Japanese company has finally prepared a successor that will premiere tomorrow.
However, this will be just one of the models that Mitsubishi has developed for the European market in cooperation with Renault (the other novelty is the new Colt based on the Renault Clio). In particular, the new ASX will be based on the CMF-B platform and will be produced by Renault’s factory in Valladolid, Spain, and will go on sale in the European market during the spring of 2023.
The new ASX will be partially different from the Captur, which means that Mitsubishi’s characteristic design vocabulary will be applied here as well (primarily regarding its front part).
As for the range of versions, the new ASX will be offered with two turbo gasoline engines, as well as Hybrid and Plug-in Hybrid options.
The gamma will look like this:
– 1.0 MPI-T: 3-cylinder turbo petrol engine with 91 HP, 6-speed manual transmission, CO2 emissions: 132-136 g/km.
– 1.3 DI-T: 4-cylinder turbo gasoline engine with 140 HP, 6-speed manual transmission, CO2 emissions: 130-134 g/km, or 158 HP with 7-speed DCT transmission, CO2 emissions: 131-137 g/km.
– Hybrid (HEV) 1.6: 1.6 petrol and electric motor with a total of 145 HP, batteries 1.3 kWh, CO2 emissions: 107-113 g/km.
– Plug-in Hybrid (PHEV) 1.6: 1.6 petrol and two 160HP electric motors, 10.5 kWh battery, CO2 emissions: 30-31 g/km.
Ivan Mitić – Autoblog.rs
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