Since Mitsubishi launched to the market the Outlander PHEV their sales have grown as the foam. This model can play very well South letters under a same body it combines all the knowledge of the Japanese firm in a matter of traction and offroad four by four, and at the same time its plug-in hybrid system allows you to be saver as other smaller models and lightweight.
With this model they have positioned themselves at the top in the rankings of sales in several European countries and surprisingly, that will now be integrated into The Renault-Nissan Alliance partners want to know the secrets of this technology. Both firms are experts in the manufacture of electric vehicles, as also does the Mitsubishi, but if we compare their knowledge in the field of PHEV hybrids with those of the signature of three diamonds this wins them by a landslide.
The Alliance, next to Mitsubishi, is working for launch to the market the second generation of them Leaf and Zoe, but also want to start to work together to have in its range one, or several, vehicles hybrid e hybrid plug-in (PHEV). Surprisingly, Mitsubishi will be which contribute their knowledge in this field and after esto, the three firms will be ready to launch its plug-in hybrid vehicles to market.
According to Takashi Shirakawa, Chief of r & d of Nissan in Europe, the firm is working to continue to be leaders in terms of mobility, however need an intermediate range point until clients decide to bet heavily on electricity. This intermediate point passes through hybridize part of their range to thus cover a broader spectrum of customers and its sales of clean vehicles would be increased significantly.
The expansion to the Renault-Nissan Alliance of PHEV Technology of the Outlander It will be held with the next generation of the SUV large Japanese manufacturer. However still missing by know how is will take to out this transfer and if the technology it will see in more SUV or take body in another type of vehicles more normal.
Time to time.
Source – Auto Express