New Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross

With it's design-forward approach the newly redesigned Eclipse Cross gives a sophisticated, unique and more upscale look.

Mitsubishi have unveiled the latest restyling of the Eclipse Cross. The updated SUV has a sleet new sporty appearance, improved driver & passenger comfort plus advanced safety technology and assistance systems.

“From the day we started to rethink the new ECLIPSE CROSS, we wanted to address an attitude of boosted road performance and eco-friendliness, all with a stand-out style that will take this SUV to the next level”

Minoru Uehara, chief product specialist of MMC
Australian Spec Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross

The petrol variants for the Eclipse Cross are set to launch first in Australia & New Zealand around November/December (2020).

Refreshed Design Inside Out

With it’s design-forward approach the newly redesigned Eclipse Cross gives a sophisticated, unique and more upscale look. The front end is an advancement of the Dynamic Shield design, paired with new front bumper guards & light layouts give a strong and bold look.

Australian Spec Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross inteior

Inside the Eclipse Cross a black leather interior accented with silver create a sophisticated cabin. The new 8″ smartphone-link display audio system (SDA system) now comes a standard, for a better driver view and effortless operation. The touchpad in the previous model has been removed in favor of more center console storage.

The redesign has increased the luggage space up 18%, giving you a maximum of 405-litres of space. This from only 140mm in extra length. Overall aerodynamic performance remains stellar through the reshaping of the front and rear of the vehicle.

With bold and unique design features and all the usability of an SUV, the Eclipse Cross has won multiple global awards. Including the Good Design Award in 2018 and the RJC Car of the Year in 2019.

Keep up to date on all things Mitsubishi, including the full announcement of the new Eclipse Cross here.

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