The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross effortlessly combines striking design with advanced technology, its vibrant and defiant styling stands out, while its innovative features put the latest tech right at the fingertips. Rear wedge design, high-mounted stop lights and double rear windows express the dynamic rear design, premium paint in rich vibrant colours with higher intensity and brightness, distinctive lighting and headlamp design, unique tail lamp lighting which wraps the rear wedge and emphasizes its aggressive stance, while emitting light in a vivid, straight line.
Engineered with stimulating design, the Eclipse Cross has wedge-shaped coupe styling with practical space and comfort, equipped with higher hip point and lower windows for added visibility. Sharp and muscular front fenders, advanced Dynamic Shield front-face design.
Eclipse Cross is as stunning from the inside as it is on the outside. Crafted to provide drivers with an intuitive driving experience, it blends luxury with technology, premium comfort and superior safety.
Cargo versatility, the 60:40 split rear seat allows for the rear seats to be folded in different configurations to accommodate various shapes and sizes of cargo. Balancing rear seat legroom and rear cargo room is easy with a rear seat that has the ability to recline in 9 different positions and slide up to 7.8" to accommodate more cargo or to provide more rear seat legroom.
Mitsubishi-developed 1.5-litre turbo petrol. All-wheel drive models come with a CVT transmission. The AWD Eclipse Cross features Mitsubishi’s S-AWC (Super-All Wheel Control) vehicle dynamics control system. This has three drive modes: Auto, Snow and Gravel. The system is normally front-wheel drive biased (80:20 front-to-rear), but it can shift torque to the rear wheels if needed – to a maximum of 55:45 front-to-rear in Auto mode, or to a full rear-wheel drive bias in Snow or Gravel drive modes.
The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross standard specifications can be seen in the brochure under Technical Overview.