28 Dec '14, 8am

Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV Now Able to Supply V2H Power in Japan: The Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV is now also abl...

To date, the use of a V2H system had only been approved for all-electric vehicles such as the Mitsubishi i-MiEV series. However, it has recently been approved that the Outlander PHEV will be treated as an all-electric as its engine does not run while the vehicle is connected to a V2H system. The V2H system makes it possible to use the Outlander PHEV as an emergency power source, supplying electricity stored in the vehicle's drive battery to run domestic appliances in a power outage or a natural disaster. As a result, both current and future owners of the Outlander PHEV will be now able to use a V2H system. In addition, available as a factory option as in the past, a 1500W AC100V power feeder enables the Outlander PHEV to directly power electrical appliances either at an evacuation site in an emergency or when engaged in outdoor leisure activities. The Outlander PHEV’s 1500...

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