The revamped Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross will be available in the Oceanian region from November this year and in North America from early 2021 – we’re looking forward to the model in vain after the brand is out of Europe shortly, according to semi-official information.

The modified appearance of the Eclipse Cross twists the big one in the brand’s now standard optics. It makes the nose design even more striking with a new front guard and modified lighting.

Hexagonal contours were lent to the tailgate at the rear, and the view was improved through a redesigned rear windshield.

In the passenger compartment, light gray seats and silver inserts relieve the gloom of the black upholstery, and the color of the bodywork returns on the door inserts.

New is the 8-inch multimedia system with smartphone integration, whose touch screen has been brought closer to the driver. New knobs make it easier to use. The previously used touchpad has disappeared from the floor console, with a storage compartment in place.

In some markets, the model also gets a plug-in hybrid powertrain, but there is no detailed information on this. The 1.5-liter, turbocharged four-cylinder petrol engine is an aluminum-built CVT unit with eight fixed gears.