Mitsubishi has officially revealed the Outlander PHEV Concept-S ahead of its debut during the Paris Motor Show.

Described as a “special design package” for the current Outlander PHEV, the project features a new X-shaped face, modified bumper and a new set of headlights. The concept car also differs from the production model with its chrome radiator grille.

The interior cabin has received a red and black theme with black woodgrain trim with silver accents and leather seats. There’s also and a new center console finished in black.

The concept is equipped with a plug-in hybrid EV system. Both the front and rear axles are powered by permanent magnet synchronous motors, fed by a 12 kWh lithium ion battery, which is charged by a 2.0-liter four cylinder DOHC MIVEC engine.

Gallery: Mitsubishi reveals Outlander PHEV Concept-S prior to Paris Motor Show premiere

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