Published on September 23rd, 2020 | by Subhash Nair0
Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross Facelift Coming Next Year
Old-school fans of Mitsubishi Motors weren’t all that enthusiastic when the ‘Eclipse’ nameplate was brought back from the dead to serve as a new crossover. Yet, for all the negative press, the Eclipse Cross seems to be doing well in terms of sales. At least, well enough to justify a further evolution of the model.
Mitsubishi Motors announced earlier this week that an updated Eclipse Cross would be a part of the company’s new and extensively redesigned portfolio for the US market.The reimagined Eclipse Cross will lead the charge, and show up in showrooms by Q1 2021, so expect to see a preview of the model in the next couple of months.
The updated Eclipse Cross comes 3 years after the model first debuted in 2017. You can expect radically a redesigned front and rear design, which Mitsubishi Motors says will be more upscale, energetic and sporty. We never got to see it here in those 3 years, but like the XPANDER, that may change with the facelift model…
Here’s the press release with more.
MITSUBISHI MOTORS CORPORATION (MMC) today released a first look at the redesigned Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross, the next step in the company’s commitment to delivering a showroom full of new and extensively redesigned vehicles in the United States by the second quarter of 2021. Mitsubishi Motors North America, Inc. (MMNA) recently announced this commitment to the completely refreshed showroom lineup.
A full reveal of the reimagined Eclipse Cross will showcase the details of the design, and the vehicle will arrive in showrooms across the United States in the first quarter of 2021.
Launched globally in 2017, the Eclipse Cross is a compact crossover SUV which fuses a coupe-like style with SUV capabilities. The refreshed model sports radically changed front and rear design, bringing forward a more upscale and energetic design to complement the sleek SUV styling.
Teasing the redesigned Eclipse Cross comes on the heels of the company revealing an overview of upcoming new and extensively redesigned vehicles it will launch in the United States by the second quarter of 2021:
- An upgraded internal-combustion powertrain and increased all-electric driving range will be added to the Outlander PHEV (Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle) in Q4 of 2020
- Bold, new styling updates outside and inside will highlight Mirage and Mirage G4 in Q1 of 2021
- The redesigned Eclipse Cross will debut in Q1 of 2021
- The highly anticipated all-new next generation Outlander will debut in Q2 of 2021
- Every Mitsubishi vehicle will receive standard Forward Collision Mitigation with Pedestrian Detection active safety features
Further detailed information on the revised lineup of Mitsubishi Motors vehicles will be available at a later date.