Hybrids are unquestionably here to stay in the world of motorsports. From the KERS systems used in Formula 1 to the hybrid race cars that have won the last 4 years in a row at Le Mans, hybrid technology has proven very useful for going fast. But plug-in cars haven’t quite so readily adopted for racing, as limited range and long charging times make them of limited use. But Mitsubishi is really determined to make the idea work with its rally car based on the Outlander plug-in hybrid. The car has been racing for a while, but Mitsubishi made some changes to it ahead of the Baja Portalegre 500 race.