Mitsubishi has revealed the updated Eclipse Cross. The new car has a sleeker appearance and is claimed to offer improved drivability and comfort.
The front end adopts an evolved version of Mitsubishi’s signature Dynamic Shield design. The SUV also gets a new front bumper guard and a refreshed light layout.
The sleek silhouette continues to the rear with a redesigned tailgate and rear window for improved rear visibility. Three-dimensional tail-lights have also been extended upwards and inwards.
Inside, the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross has a new black interior with silver accents and light grey seats. A larger 8-inch infotainment display (previously a 7-inch unit) is also standard.
Performance-wise, the turbocharged 1.5-litre MIVEC direct injection powerplant is carried over from the pre-facelift model.
Find out more about the Eclipse Cross here
Click here for our review of the pre-facelift Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross
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