Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (MMC) announces today that it has decided to transfer production of all EU-bound SUVs it supplies to PSA Peugeot Citroen from its Mizushima Plant (Kurashiki, Okayama Prefecture), where they are currently built, to its European production hub, Netherlands Car B.V. (“NedCar”, Born, The Netherlands). Continue reading Mitsubishi Motors transfers production of SUV for PSA Peugeot Citroen
Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (MMC) and its motorsport unit Mitsubishi Motor Sport (MMSP) will enter a field of four cars for the 2008 Dakar Rally* which this year celebrates its 30th anniversary. Next year’s event will start from Lisbon, the capital of Portugal, on January 5 and will arrive in the Senegal capital, Dakar, on January 20 after passing via Spain, Morocco and Mauritania. The total route length is 9,273km, including 5,736km in competitive special stages and the toughest challenge promises to be the dunes that competitors will find in Mauritania. Continue reading Four Mitsubishi Pajero/Montero Evolutions have been entered for the 2008 Dakar Rally
Mitsubishi will preview the redesigned Lancer Evolution high-performance model at the Detroit auto show.Â Although dubbed Prototype X at the show, it will be a running car and very close to the Evolution that is expected to arrive in late 2007 as a 2008 model. At the heart of the vehicle is the new 2.0-liter turbocharged engine expected to develop more than 300 hp. The current Evo makes 286 hp. Continue reading Mitsubishi shows yet another sneak peek at the Evo X
MITSUBISHI’s fourth-generation Pajero is set to reach new heights. THE track ahead looked daunting: rocks the size of footballs, deep potholes, ridges, ruts, loose stones and a gradient so steep it would be hard to walk up without slipping over. But, hey, the new Mitsubishi Pajero already had shown how easily it could handle rough terrain and by now this driver had every confidence it would ease its way up, and down, this rugged steep patch, too. Continue reading Mitsubishi NS Pajero conquerer
Mitsubishi has finally released its Triton “urban sports pickup” truck in the Japanese market. Already on sale in Thailand (where it’s built), Europe, Australia, the Middle East, and many other global markets (but not the U.S.) the Triton has apparently been on Japanese customers’ wish lists for a while. Continue reading Mitsubishi Introduces the Triton pickup in Japan
Mitsubishi Motors Corporation today launched fully redesigned eK Wagon and eK Sport models at affiliated dealerships throughout Japan on September 13, 2006. Developed to a “convenience”, “peace-of-mind” and “feel-good” theme, features distinguishing the new eK series include a power sliding door, the first on a bonnet-type passenger minicar, and a comprehensive small-item storage and utility specification that offers outstanding usability. Continue reading Mitsubishi Motors launches New eK Wagon and eK Sport
Mitsubishi Motors will unveil its renewed 4×4 line-up today at the 2006 Paris Motor Show with the European debut of the all-new Outlander SUV and revised Shogun.
Outlander will be launched during the first quarter of 2007, allowing Mitsubishi Motors to enter the fastest growing SUV segment in Europe – up 54% from Continue reading Mitsubishi Motors Unveils Two Models At The Paris Motor Show