Woman driving the 2022 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV hybrid Plug-in EV SUV


The 2022 Outlander PHEV boasts an innovative suite of safety features, many of which come standard. It’s the result of our passion to create the safest vehicles possible, and our commitment to prioritize safety above all else.

Safety Begins with

Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) employ a range of cutting-edge technologies to provide preventative protection and reduce the chance of collisions.

Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA)

The Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA) system lets you know if a vehicle is approaching from either side. The warning lights on both side mirrors will blink, a buzzer will sound to alert you and a warning message will appear on the information screen of the multi-information colour display.

Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)

Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) employs radar technology to judge distances between you and the vehicle ahead, helping you maintain a safe driving distance. If the car moves out of your lane or goes beyond your set speed, the system will resume your set speed.

Forward Collision Mitigation (FCM) with Pedestrian Detection

If the system detects a car or pedestrian in front of the vehicle through the front radar and camera, a warning appears. If brakes are still not applied and the risk of collision is imminent, Forward Collision Mitigation applies the brakes.

Blind Spot Warning (BSW)

When a vehicle approaches your blind spot, a warning light in the corresponding side mirror illuminates. If your turn signal is also on, the warning light blinks and the system beeps three times, signifying it is unsafe to change lanes.


More Visibility All Around

The cameras mounted on the front, rear and sides provide a 360° view so that you can park with confidence and ease.


Surrounded by Safety

The Outlander PHEV also provides added passive protection with seven airbags – two front airbags, two front seat-mounted airbags, two side curtain airbags, plus one driver knee airbag.