2023 Mitsubishi ASX – Mitsubishi unveiled the brand new ASX on the 1st of January, describing it as an expected successor that will be a successor to Renault Captur and the Nissan Juke. Today, a brand new announcement from Mitsubishi Germany details the five engine options for the new crossover, scheduled to launch on September 2022. It is expected that the Mitsubishi ASX will be sharing CMF-B’s platform with Renault Captur so it was anticipated to get engine options of its French sister. The line-up will begin at the top with the turbo-charged 1.0 MPI-T three-cylinder gasoline engine that produces 90 hp (67 kW/91 PS) coupled to a manual 6-speed transmission. For those who require more power, you can choose one of the turbocharged 1.3 DI-T four-cylinder available in two variants that are 138 hp (103 140 PS/ 140 kW) connected to a 6-speed manual or 156 horsepower (116 kW/158 PS) coupled to a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission.
As we move to the electrified options and the ASX will be using a hybrid as well as plug-in hybrid engines from the Renault Captur Electronic. Both of them are powered by a naturally-aspirated 1.6-liter petrol engine equipped with two electric motors as well as a high-end multi-mode gearbox that sends energy to the front wheels. The difference lies to the amount of power as well as the battery’s size. In particular, the self-charging hybrid has an overall power output of 143 hp (107 kW/145 PS) and has a 1.3 1 kWh battery. However, the hybrid that plugs into it produces an overall 158 horsepower (118 160 PS or 160 kW) and is equipped with an even bigger 10.5 kWh of battery. The battery is rechargeable with an external source, which allows the battery to last longer, EV-only, similar to the 50km (30 miles) of the Renault Captur E-Tech.
2023 Mitsubishi ASX Redesign
The styling of The style-wise, the new ASX is expected to sport little in common with its older model with a sportier style. According to the teaser that was released, the new model will have a new grille that will be merged with LED headlights, strong and flowing lines in the bonnet, and distinctive wheel arches. The teaser that was released today shows part of the rear end featuring the sculpted tailgate as well as only a tiny portion of the taillights with LEDs.
In existence since the year 2010, the Mitsubishi ASX is one of the oldest vehicles currently being sold. Thankfully, the small crossover is set to undergo an overhaul in the coming years as the new model is expected to arrive in Europe in the year 2023. In accordance with the announcement announced at the beginning of this year Captur’s twin model will be manufactured by Renault in their Valladolid manufacturing facility in Spain. In the meantime, Mitsubishi Germany has quietly released specifications for the powertrain of the new ASX. For the uninitiated,, these numbers are very familiar. This is because we’ve experienced them on the 2nd generation Captur model, which has been in production since the year. The first entry into the range will be the turbocharged three-cylinder gasoline engine producing 91 horsepower. It will reflect Renault and Dacia products using the 1.0-liter mill TCe. It will be used exclusively with a manual gearbox that has six speeds.
The next option comes to the 1.3-liter four-pot engine that produces 140 horsepower when you choose the manual six-speed or 158 horsepower when the engine is connected to the dual-clutch seven-speed automatic. If you choose the hybrid, it will be a naturally-aspirated 1.6-liter gasoline engine that is paired using an electric motor, resulting in a combined output of 145 horsepower. Like Captur, as is the case with Captur one, perhaps the most powerful ASX of all is the hybrid plug-in with 160 horsepower through the combination of with the 1.6-liter engine with a pair of electric motors. It will increase the non-PHEV’s 1.3-kWh battery to 10.5 kWh, which will give you more performance in pure electric mode. In keeping with its Renault counterpart, Mitsubishi won’t sell its B-segment crossover that has a diesel engine.
In addition to the renewal of the ASX, Mitsubishi will introduce the next-generation Colt in the fall of 2023 as an updated Clio and also manufactured by the company that features its diamond-shaped logo. It will be fascinating to find out how these new models will cost compared to the cars they are derived from. It’s a fun fact that this Suzuki Swatch, essentially a recycled Toyota Corolla wagon, costs more in the UK than the car on which it is built. In related information, Renault has confirmed the Clio Mk VI will be coming out in 2026. The car will continue to feature combustion engines as total conversion to electric propulsion has been considered to be too early. This French automaker is currently working on similar EVs like they are the Renault 5 will be out in 2025. It is set later be followed by a zero-emissions Renault 4.
2023 Mitsubishi ASX Released
We’ll get more information about the brand new Mitsubishi ASX in the official launch in September. The sales are expected to begin in European markets in the spring of 2023 and will bring Mitsubishi to the forefront of the aggressive small SUV market (B-SUV). Five engine versions will be available at the time of launch. Alongside the brand’s newly-launched ASX, Mitsubishi will also bring back the Colt supermini in the form of an updated Renault Clio.