The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross will lose the controversial glass rear end in its 2023 model year.
The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross will only be launched in Brazil in 2023, according to exclusive results and Mystery Cars. HPE even registered patents for the updated SUV in Brazil’s INPI and at that time he said that he had no expected arrival date.
In fact, the brand was sincere in saying, in 2020, that it did not foresee the arrival of an SUV in the short and medium term.
At the HPE factory in Catalão (GO) there are imported Eclipse Cross units for engineering studies. And there is no release date for 2022.
What has changed?
In visual changes, Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross 2023 lost the confusing rear gate with two glass sections that were divided by foil. Now, the trunk lid received full glass and the torches started to move forward on the trunk lid.
At the front, the SUV received LED daytime running lights that became narrower and more focused, the changes were completed by a new narrow grille.
The interior of the new Eclipse Cross
Inside, the new Eclipse Cross received a new multimedia center.
Facelifted, the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross will retain the 1.5 Turbo petrol engine with a power of 165 hp and a torque of 25.5 kgfm. The engine is mated to a CVT automatic transmission that simulates eight gears. The Sport sub-series also offers all-wheel drive (4×4).