Mitsubishi Motors North America announced today that its brand new flagship crossover SUV, the 2022 Outlander, has won the Wards 10 Best Interior Award for 2021.
The all-new Outlander marks a new direction for the brand and the best-equipped, most connected vehicle Mitsubishi has ever sold, defined by bold exterior design and premium interior quality.
“Outlander has been rock solid since its launch earlier this year through a unique partnership with Amazon and continues to impress both new and returning customers,” said Mark Chaffin, COO of MMNA. “Not only was the Outlander recognized for design and quality, but it was also recognized by the Insurance Institute for Road Safety as Top Safety Choice + for outstanding safety. There is more to come and we look forward to a bright future for Mitsubishi Motors.”
The Outlander’s brand new interior design concept is omotenashi, or next-generation Japanese hospitality, anticipating guests’ needs.
Outlander demonstrates quality and comfort with first-class materials and offers a calm and calm space. Real leather seats are available on selected surfaces in light gray or black and are color-coordinated with the dashboard and door panels to ensure a uniform, high-quality driving experience. The SEL Touring models with top equipment are available in brown accent colors for upholstery and seams, together with matching semi-aniline leather seats.
The Outlander has seven seats in the only standard third row of seats in the segment, integrated navigation, an available digital 12.3-inch instrument cluster, and 9-inch center displays, as well as the newly introduced wireless charging of smartphones with Android Auto and wireless Apple CarPlay 1 smartphone pockets in the second row of seats and continuous metallic spikes on the buttons and controls, ensure that omotenashi feeling and attention to detail.
Wards 10 Best Interiors honors outstanding achievements in terms of aesthetics, comfort, ergonomics, use of materials, assembly, and processing as well as user-friendliness of displays and operating elements. Bob Gritzinger, Industry Analyst and Ward’s 10 Top Interior Judge, said of the award: “Super job of taking it to another level with unique interior touches that allow it to stand above the crowd in this highly competitive segment.”