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The Outlander PHEV is here – delivering economy, comfort and performance. With super low emissions, remarkable fuel efficiency and genuine on and off-road performance, the Outlander PHEV is a drive like no other. Powered by an electric motor and a traditional combustion engine, this hybrid offers the convenience of an electric vehicle; without 
compromising the range of an SUV.

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(1) Twin Motor 4WD
Separately mounted at the front and rear axles, they deliver responsive 4WD performance, while the Super All Wheel Control (S-AWC) ensures excellent stability and handling. Providing power in most driving conditions,

(2) 2.0L MIVEC engine
Exert the power to generate electricity to run, compact and lightweight engine. Quietness and fuel efficiency has also been improved.

(3) Generator
The regenerative braking system uses braking energy created by the vehicle to recharge the battery, allowing longer drives on less fuel.

(4) Front PDU / rear MCU
Optimal control the driving force of the motor. It will increase the energy efficiency.

(5) Drive Battery
the drive battery is located under the floor to maximize interior space and lower the centre of gravity for improved safety and handling. Simply charged at any 15 amp power point, the battery can also be recharged while you drive. 

Drive Modes: PHEV automatically selects a drive mode based on your driving conditions.
EV Drive Mode:
Electric power only The vehicle is powered solely from electricity from the drive battery. Using no petrol, EV Mode is quiet, smooth and typically used in slow moving traffic conditions where traditional petrol engines are inefficient. 
Series Hybrid Mode:
Electric power + engine assistance The electric motors still power the PHEV but the electricity comes from both the drive battery and the onboard generator. This mode will activate with rapid acceleration, hill climbing or when battery charging is required.
Parallel Hybrid Mode:
Engine power + motor assistance Both the electric motors and petrol engine provide power to the wheels. This mode typically occurs during high speed driving when petrol engine efficiency is high.