Mitsubishi’s plans for a plug-in electric hybrid version of the gas power Mitsubishi Outlander for the U.S. market, were met with excitement. The standard third row on the Mitsubishi Highlander is highly appreciated with demand continuing to outstrip supply. The plug-in version of the Mitsubishi will have 370 miles of range, with a 2.4-liter four cylinder combined with a twin-motor EV. The Mitsubishi Outlander has a standard size plug-in hybrid lithium-ion battery of 14 kWh with a battery acceptance rate (or charge rate) of 3.7 kWh. As such level 1 or level 2 EV chargers work well with this vehicle. If you don’t plan on upgrading your EV any time soon, then a level 1 NEMA 5-15 (regular residential plug) will work well. If you plan on upgrading your EV in the future, a level 2 NEMA 40 amp 14-50 or NEMA 6-50 TOTALEV Mitsubishi EV charger will charge this car at its fastest charge rate and will also provide a much faster charger for your next plug-in or pure electric vehicle.