New 2022 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross for North America - interior and review.
The Eclipse Cross 2022, when introduced, created waves with its aerodynamic sporty coupe look. Now the appearance has been further re-styled to look more sophisticated while adding increased functionality. Under the design concept of “Daring Grace”, designers have extended the front and rear overhangs to express the elegant and dynamic proportions of the Eclipse Cross.
The front fascia is truly striking; the DRLs are the strips of LED lighting sitting atop an evolved Dynamic Shield. The headlamps are now twin-oval shape and housed where the previous fog lamps once were. The new fog lamps on SE trim and above are crisp LED.
The Eclipse Cross’ unique and sophisticated front end makes a very clear style statement and is complemented even more with LED headlamps, on the SEL priceline and above, to further augment the drama.
The restyled rear creates a more streamlined and elegant appearance with a large single rear window for enhanced visibility. Contoured taillights complement the look.
The Eclipse Cross is moving up the luxury scale. You’ll see more comfortable seats and a refined cockpit with a wider console. There are new options like a beautiful light grey interior to accompany striking new exterior paint choices such as the White Diamond with its rich metallic undertone
Customers wanted the Eclipse Cross to offer a bit more room and they got it with an increase of 140 mm in overall vehicle length, 105 mm of which are added in the back-end.
The aluminum block/aluminum head, 1.5L turbocharged, direct injected 4-cylinder engine was introduced with the ECLIPSE CROSS. Its design includes MIVEC (Mitsubishi Innovative Valve timing Electronic Control). The turbocharger, with electronically-controlled waste gate actuator, provides enhanced performance and reduced loss of exhaust gas energy by enhancement of waste gate valve closing force and reduces pumping loss and enhanced fuel economy by enhancement of valve control at high load condition.
The engine produces 152 HP @ 5,500 RPM; 184 LB-FT @ 2,000 – 3,500 RPM. It is matched with an 8-speed CVT with Sport Mode.
More Connected – new Display and embedded Navigation
The new Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross 2022 comes with an improved infotainment system that helps drivers operate safely on the road. A new 8-inch screen (up from 7 inches) on the Smartphone link Audio Display is now mounted in a position closer to the driver for improved touchscreen operability and visibility with easily accessed turning and volume knobs. For the first time, MITSUBISHI offers a built-in TomTom® satellite navigation system. Apple CarPlay₃ and Android Auto₄TM compatibility comes standard on all models. A full-colour Head-Up Display (HUD) presents dashboard information and alerts that helps drivers acquire information safely and quickly.
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