Outlander PHEV becomes first plug-in hybrid to offer V2H system

Mitsubishi and Chargemaster announce EV charging partnership


Chargemaster PLC and Mitsubishi Motors (UK) have announced a new electric vehicle charging partnership, offering an array of customer benefits and support.

Customers of Mitsubishi Motors (UK) who have a home chargepoint installed by Chargemaster will be eligible for the following benefits:

Six months free access to the Polar network
Chargemaster operates thousands of publicly accessible points all over the UK. Mitsubishi customers that have a home charge point installed by Chargemaster can use them for free.

Six months free access to ChargeVision
In addition to Polar charging network access, customers that have a home charge point installed by Chargemaster get six months free access to Chargemaster’s sophisticated reporting system, which allows users to track home electricity and Polar network usage. This is all done via the online ChargeVision website with secure user login.

Toby Marshall, Sales and Marketing Director, Mitsubishi Motors (UK) said; ‘We recognise that our plug-in vehicle customers need the very best service for the their home charging requirements, so we have partnered with the UK’s leading and most experienced company.’

David Martell, Chief Executive of Chargemaster plc said: ‘We are delighted to be the official charging partner of Mitsubishi. The Outlander PHEV is a huge success in the market and Chargemaster looks forward to working with Mitsubishi dealers and customers to make the charging experience entirely straight forward whether at home, at work or at public charging points across the country.’

The Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV is the UK’s favorite plug-in vehicle now, and the company plans more plug-in hybrid vehicles ahead. By 2020 around 20 per cent of the company’s sales will be plug-in vehicles.