The future of cars has more to do with what happens outside the car than what happens inside. Introducing MITSUBISHI CONNECT, a group of services that will help you stay more connected to your car. Improving your quality of life is a major goal for Mitsubishi, and the development of MITSUBISHI CONNECT is meant to achieve that goal.
Think of MITSUBISHI CONNECT as a way of interacting with your vehicle through your phone or other mobile devices. With the MITSUBISHI CONNECT application installed on your Android phone or Apple iPhone, you can do the following:
The last three points represent a trio of car-finding options. Forgot where you parked in a large, crowded parking lot? Instead of hitting the panic button on your keys and all the commotion that causes, you can simply follow your phone’s directions, beep your horn, or just flash your lights depending on the situation. MITSUBISHI CONNECT gives you options, which is one of its strongest attributes.
Inside your car, a Mitsubishi vehicle that is compatible with MITSUBISHI CONNECT will have an SOS button located near the cabin light on the ceiling above the center console. Pressing this button will let you contact the MITSUBISHI CONNECT Emergency Response Centre, where an agent can dispatch emergency services if you need help. You can use the MITSUBISHI CONNECT app inside or outside of your car to call for roadside assistance if you need non-urgent help.
Using this clever new service begins when you download the MY MITSUBISHI CONNECT application on your respective app store. You will need to go through a brief setup phase to get everything ready, then you should be ready to use all of the services available with your MITSUBISHI CONNECT-compatible Mitsubishi vehicle.