It’s not about a new generation of this compact composition, but just a new redesigned model, which is known in Asia as RVR and in North America as Outlander Sport. However, this is the most significant change in the model that was introduced for the first time in 2009.
ASX has undergone significant changes on the outside, such as the Mitsubishi Dynamic Shield concept. A massive frontal mask, new lights similar to those of the Exlipse Cross model, fog lights, and a new front bumper.
As for the backdrop, the new LED is the last light bulb and also a new bumper with a more powerful look. Inside, the ASX for 2020 got an Audio Audio Link (SDA) multimedia system with a touch screen of 8 inches, TomTom navigation in the highest package of devices.
There are also applications that show the remaining fuel level and the nearest gas station, as well as an optimal level of maintenance and service. ASX will have a four-cylinder MIVEC 2.0 liter gasoline engine with a five-speed manual transmission to the European market.
The second option is the fastest INVECS 3-III CVT with Sport Mode, with the option of driving on the front or on both axles. Mitsubishi has not announced the specifications but is expected to be in the Outlender 150 horsepower model and 195 Nm.