The versatile Mitsubishi Outlander comes with a wide range of technologies to improve driving, including the latest infotainment, safety, and performance innovations. For instance, there’s a smart S-AWC ECO Driving Mode, which optimizes efficiency without sacrificing off-road capability.
The Outlander S-AWC ECO Driving Mode uses
sensors and computer systems to monitor wheel spin, only applying four-wheel drive
when wheel slippage is detected. That means you get the benefit of all-wheel
control only when you need it, conserving gas so you’re not stopping for
refills as often.
“We created the S-AWC technology with the goal of realizing ‘predictable handling’ and ‘high margin of performance’ at a very high level,” explains Mitsubishi in a press release. In addition to the ECO mode, there’s also Normal, Snow, and Lock modes. Snow is great for slippery surfaces, while the Lock mode lets you stay in 4WD the entire time you’re behind the wheel.
The S-AWC is an Integrated Vehicle Dynamics
Control System, as it features advanced technologies to manage driving
dynamics, braking, and power based on road conditions. This feature utilizes
sub-systems like Active Yaw Control, which can control the brakes and steering
to regulate torque.
Be sure to visit Hampton Mitsubishi for an
up-close and in-person look at the Outlander’s AWC ECO Driving Mode today.
Mitsubishi has built a reputation for delivering cutting-edge technology, and it’s the result of years of Mitsubishi innovation in engineering. At Hampton Mitsubishi, we’re proud of the groundbreaking work Mitsubishi has done over the years. Here are some of the brand’s most innovative developments.
All-Wheel Control continuously reads road conditions to
automatically transfer power where it is needed most. The result is enhanced
traction and handling even when driving in tough conditions, like snow or ice.
Super All-Wheel Control
In 2014, Mitsubishi updated its advanced drivetrain
technology, calling it Super All-Wheel Control. S-AWC features four distinct
driving modes: Normal, Snow, Lock (for off-road conditions), and Eco.
MIVEC Engine Technology
While the fundamentals of gasoline engines have remained
the same for years, Mitsubishi proved that there is plenty of room for
improvement with the development of MIVEC engine technology. This advanced
valve timing electronic control system ensures optimal valve timing at all speeds
for an exceptional balance of power and fuel efficiency.
INVECS Adaptive Shift Control Technology
Unlike traditional shifting systems, Mitsubishi INVECS
Adaptive Shift Control learns your driving habits and responds accordingly by
altering shifting points for optimal performance.
Active Stability and Traction Control
ASC technology employs a system of sensors to constantly
monitor road conditions to optimize stability and traction by automatically
applying braking power to specific wheels.
After four decades of research and development, Mitsubishi Innovative Electric Vehicle technology automatically monitors energy flow through the vehicle to create smooth acceleration and ensures optimal performance of all electrical systems.
These innovative systems are featured in the Mitsubishi vehicles available at Hampton Mitsubishi.
Mitsubishi recently announced it would be partnering with Google to develop innovative infotainment technologies by 2021. Some of the major goals of this partnership include equipping more models with cloud-based services as well as turn-by-turn navigation and Google Assistant. In short, you’ll be better connected than ever before when you choose a Mitsubishi.
According to the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance, the Alliance Intelligent Cloud is perhaps one of the biggest additions to the current lineup of infotainment technologies. There’s easy-to-integrate data management, infotainment, remote diagnostics, and more through the Alliance Intelligent Cloud. Thanks to this new partnership between the auto conglomerate and Google, Mitsubishi cars of the future will likely have some of the most advanced infotainment on the market.
“Our partnership with Google will offer owners of our vehicles rich user experiences that are currently available only outside the vehicle or, to a limited extent, by connecting an Android device to supported vehicles,” said Hadi Zablit, Senior Vice President of Business Development at Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi.
In addition to high-tech cloud and infotainment services, Mitsubishi is also working with Google to develop a series of zero-emissions electric vehicles as well as autonomous-driving technologies. These are just some of the ways the Mitsubishi brand is revolutionizing the industry.
While this advanced technology is still a few years away, contact us at Hampton Mitsubishi for more information on current infotainment systems.
Smartphone apps have become a big part of many aspects of our lives, including our time behind the wheel. From apps that save your money to apps that help you chill out, read on to learn about the best driving apps that every driver should download.
GasBuddy is an incredible, easy-to-use app that helps you find the lowest gas prices possible no matter where you are in the country. This app is updated in real-time and can be a huge help when you’re far from home and not quite sure where to find the best prices on gas.
If driving is an important part of your daily work routine, MileIQ should definitely be on your smartphone. This app automatically records driving info such as total miles driven and start/ stop time, making keeping track of all your work-related diving easier than ever before.
Headspace isn’t necessarily a driving app, but it makes our list because it is a wonderful way to transform your daily commute into some much-need quiet time. The free app features a huge variety of relaxation and meditation exercises that are fun and easy. Especially if you find yourself struggling with road rage, this might be just the app for you.
If you’re in the market to truly upgrade your daily commute, visit Hampton Mitsubishi and peruse our extensive inventory of incredible vehicles.