The Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV Concept-S, which will be unveiled at the Paris motor show, will preview a new "special package" look for the company's plug-in hybrid SUV.
Mitsubishi Motors' European arm has revealed two stylised sketches of the upcoming Outlander PHEV Concept-S that will grace its stand at the Paris motor show at the beginning of October.
The Concept-S doesn't preview the next-generation Outlander or Outlander PHEV, rather the concept gives the world a sneak peek at a "special package" for the current generation of the plug-in hybrid SUV.
According to the company, the Concept-S "has a refined interior and exterior design that magnifies the Outlander PHEV's unique driving experience".
Compared to the current Outlander PHEV, the Concept-S features thinner head- and tail-lights that are accompanied by striking C-shaped chrome highlights underneath.
Squint and the concept's new headlight and grille arrangement aren't too dissimilar to the set seen on spy photos of the upcoming Outlander facelift.
The rear, if it stays true to the sketches, will depart a little more radically from the derriere of the current car, as well as that which will likely grace the facelifted Outlander.
It's expected that the Outlander facelift will debut later this before heading into showrooms during 2015.