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PostHeaderIcon This is the 2018 Mitsubishi E-Evolution Concept and We’re Not Sure How to Feel About It

Mitsubishi has brought its e-Evolution concept to the U.S. for the first time at the 2018 Los Angeles auto show after its last showing at the 2018 Geneva motor show. It’s a study for a sporty, all-electric performance crossover with an iconic name, but one that we don’t see reaching production any time soon, at least in a form as extreme as this.

PostHeaderIcon Mitsubish May Finally Update the Shogun, aka Pajero After 20 Years of the Same

A wise man once said that SUVs don’t need upgrades and facelifts regularly as these beasts age gracefully. I think that man worked at Mitsubishi because, at a time when companies update their monsters every 3-4 years, the Japanese automaker is continuing with same old design on their Shogun that, essentially, dates back to last century. However, Mitsubishi has announced that the SUV could finally get a makeover.

PostHeaderIcon The 2019 Mitsubishi Triton Teaser Shows Off an Outlander-Inspired Face

Mitsubishi has been a silent spectator all this while. It’s almost like the Japanese automaker is happy in its own shell, least bothered about what’s going on around it. However, it decided to make a little sound now. Mitsubishi has released the first teaser image of the facelifted Triton, while at the same time commemorating its 40th anniversary in truck manufacturing.

PostHeaderIcon 2019 Mitsubishi Outlander Hits UK from £27,680

One of the underdogs of the SUV market, the Outlander is one of those cars that are cool because they are just the right amount of bland. This is a car, even in the latest 2019 Mitsubishi Outlander iteration, that nobody takes a second look at, and yet it is premium and well-made and packed with good features. 

The 2019 Mitsubishi Outlander continues the tradition set by its predecessors, including the Shogun, offering a value-for-money package for every situation. Whether you need to take the kids to school, go to a fancy restaurant for dinner, or move some hay from one farm to another, this car has got you covered. And it feels equally at home in all those situations.

The 2019 Mitsubishi Outlander launches in the UK with a 2.0-litre MIVEC petrol engine developing 150ps and 195Nm of torque. It comes with a CVT and has standard electronically-controlled 4WD as well as Active Stability Control. Other notable highlights include seven seats with ‘fold & stow’ third row, up to 1,608 litres of boot space, upgraded design featuring two-tone 18” alloy, ‘Dynamic Shield’ front look,  heated windscreen and Mitsubishi’s new SDA (Smartphone Link Display Audio) system which includes Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.




2019 Mitsubishi Outlander UK Pricing

Version OTR Price (Aug ‘18)
Outlander Juro Auto 4WD £27,680
Outlander 4 Auto 4WD £29,680

On the road prices include VED and first registration fee. Metallic and pearlescent paint available at £550 incl. VAT.

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PostHeaderIcon Mitsubishi Lancer Cross

As the SUV market is growing larger by the year, more and more automakers are giving up on SUVs to make crossovers. Ford has already announced plans to drop almost every nameplate that’s not a crossover in the U.S. soon, and Mitsubishi seems to follow the same path. Having turned the Eclipse sports car into a crossover, the Japanese firm wants to do the same with the Lancer.

In 2017, Mitsubishi launched the Eclipse Cross, a compact crossover that slots between the Outlander Sport and the Outlander. Previewed by the XR-PHEV concept, this new hauler borrowed its name from an iconic sports car that Mitsubishi built between 1989 and 2011 in Illinois. With the iconic Lancer discontinued in 2017 after no fewer than 44 years on the market, the Japanese carmaker is pondering a revival of the name for a new crossover.

Rumors of this radical change have been flying around for a few years now, and Mitsubishi confirmed earlier in 2018, through COO Trevor Mann, that the next-gen Lancer doesn’t have to be “a very conventional hatchback.” “We’re thinking quite radically,” he added, hinting that the Lancer name may join the Eclipse on the SUV market. It remains unknown when it will happen, but a new rendering Tigran Lalayan, a designed from Pininfarina, gives us a look at what the Lancer Cross might look like.

Continue reading to learn more about the upcoming Mitsubishi Lancer Cross.

PostHeaderIcon Rendering Shows Off the Rebooted Mitsubishi Lancer as a Rally-Bred Crossover Coupe

Back in 2015, Mitsubishi brought the axe down on one its most beloved high-performance models – the Lancer Evolution, a turbo superstar from the rough-and-tumble world of rally racing. While certainly enough to cause more than a few tears among enthusiasts, the Lancer name will continue on, and word has it Mitsu is turning it into a crossover – much like it did with the Eclipse. Salt in the wound? Maybe. But fear not, because there’s still a possible silver lining to all of this, and it’s once again inspired by the world of rally racing.

Continue reading for the full story.

PostHeaderIcon What Will Happen to Mitsubishi Now That the Man Behind VW and Alfa Romeo Design Is On the Team?

Mitsubishi has been struggling as of late, first killing off the beloved Evo, then replacing it with a line of less-than exciting models that left us with a very profound sense of “meh.” However, recent reports indicate a substantial increase in sales over the first half of 2018, and now the company is taking on a new executive design director. Does this herald the dawn of a new day at the beleaguered automaker?

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PostHeaderIcon 2019 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV – UK Pricing & Specs

They may have gotten kind of obscured by the Korean cars in this segment, but Mitsubishi SUVs are still among the toughest, best-made and most respected in the UK. The new 2019 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV is now available in Britain with clean looks and powertrain, hoping to remind people what’s so good about this brand. 

Starting from £34,255 and available in three trim levels of Juro, 4h and 4hs, the 2019 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV is one of the cleanest SUVs in the world with WLTP emissions of 46g/km and EV range of 28 miles. That means in the UK this car qualifies for the government plug-in car grant and also attracts the lowest possible BIK rate of 13 percent. Of course, with an ICE engine that clean there is a compromise to be made, and it comes out of the power end.

The 2.4-litre petrol engine in the 2019 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV has a mere 121 PS, but luckily there are two electric motors to pickup the slack – one at the front with 82 PS / 137 Nm and one at the back packing 95 PS / 195 Nm. The cool thing is the SUV’s NEDC Correlated Fuel Economy which has a combined figure of nearly 160 mpg. THe PHEV weighs around 1,500 kg, but it has Super All-Wheel Control system and uprated chassis and suspension, so it can get out of its own way with ease.




2019 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV UK price list

Variant OTR (inc £2,500 PICG)*
Outlander PHEV Juro £34,255
Outlander PHEV 4h £37,000
Outlander PHEV 4hs £39,100

Metallic/Pearlescent paint £550

 

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PostHeaderIcon Mitsubishi L200 Barbarian SVP II

Introduced all the way back in 1978, the Mitsubishi L200 is now in its fifth-generation, having been redesigned most recently in 2015. Although anonymous in the U.S. beyond the Ram models based on it back in the 1980s, the L200 is a popular truck in emerging markets from Asia and posts good sales in some European markets too. The current L200 is also the basis of the Fiat Fullback, Italy’s first big truck in years. The L200’s increasing success in Europe prompted Mitsubishi to create a limited-edition version through its Special Vehicle Project (SVP) division.

Based on the Barbarian Double Cab trim and dubbed SVP II, this limited-edition truck builds on the success of the first SVP version, launched in 2017. Much like its predecessor, it gains extra standard features in the tech department, but it also stands out from the crowd thanks to special color schemes with striking accents. The bad news, beyond the fact that the L200 is not available in the United States, is that the SVP II can’t be purchased outside the United Kingdom. Nevertheless, let’s find out more about this truck.

Continue reading to learn more about the Mitsubishi L200 Barbarian SVP II.

PostHeaderIcon UK Only: Mitsubishi L200 Barbarian SVP II

We’ve always believed that Mitsubishi could benefit from a stronger pickup truck game if only they came up with more up to date products for this segment. But what they are doing instead is putting mascara on the badly aging L200 every now and again, which is frankly pointless. The Mitsubishi L200 Barbarian SVP II is the latest from this series.

Limited to 250 units for UK market only, the 2018 Mitsubishi L200 Barbarian SVP II is distinguished from regular models mainly by its orange exterior and interior accents. You find the vibrant color on fog lamp rings, front and rear light bezels, door handle recess covers, puddle lamps and tailgate handle surround, as well as leather seats with suede-like ‘Alston’ inserts having orange accented panelling, stitching and piping. The interior also features ‘SVP’ embossed mat set with orange piping, orange illuminated door entry guards and front and rear foot-well mood lighting.

Mitsubishi L200 Barbarian SVP II also boasts a long list of feature and equipment. The most notable of these include 17-inch bespoke black and orange alloy wheels with BF Goodrich all-terrain tyres, wide body wheel arches, Smartphone Link Display Audio (SDA) system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, rain and dusk sensors, keyless operation, Bluetooth, Bi-Xenon headlights with integrated LED daytime running lights, cruise control and reversing camera. Powering the Barbarian is a 2.4 liter diesel unit supported by Super Select 4WD system.

The L200 Barbarian SVP II is priced from £29,830. Half of the 250 copies will be presented in Diamond Black and the other half in metallic Atlantic Grey.






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PostHeaderIcon UK Only: Mitsubishi L200 Barbarian SVP II

We’ve always believed that Mitsubishi could benefit from a stronger pickup truck game if only they came up with more up to date products for this segment. But what they are doing instead is putting mascara on the badly aging L200 every now and again, which is frankly pointless. The Mitsubishi L200 Barbarian SVP II is the latest from this series.

Limited to 250 units for UK market only, the 2018 Mitsubishi L200 Barbarian SVP II is distinguished from regular models mainly by its orange exterior and interior accents. You find the vibrant color on fog lamp rings, front and rear light bezels, door handle recess covers, puddle lamps and tailgate handle surround, as well as leather seats with suede-like ‘Alston’ inserts having orange accented panelling, stitching and piping. The interior also features ‘SVP’ embossed mat set with orange piping, orange illuminated door entry guards and front and rear foot-well mood lighting.

Mitsubishi L200 Barbarian SVP II also boasts a long list of feature and equipment. The most notable of these include 17-inch bespoke black and orange alloy wheels with BF Goodrich all-terrain tyres, wide body wheel arches, Smartphone Link Display Audio (SDA) system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, rain and dusk sensors, keyless operation, Bluetooth, Bi-Xenon headlights with integrated LED daytime running lights, cruise control and reversing camera. Powering the Barbarian is a 2.4 liter diesel unit supported by Super Select 4WD system.

The L200 Barbarian SVP II is priced from £29,830. Half of the 250 copies will be presented in Diamond Black and the other half in metallic Atlantic Grey.






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PostHeaderIcon Mitsubishi to Showcase New Outlander PHEV in Geneva with Better Tech, Revised Looks

The revised 2019 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV is set to make its debut at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show, and It’s about time. The SUV has been Europe’s best-selling plug-in hybrid vehicle since 2015, an achievement it earned after selling more than 100,000 units in the continent in the last three years. Globally, over 140,000 units of the Outlander PHEV have been sold since the model arrived back in 2013.


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“The new Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV offers a lot of updates and potential, including Mitsubishi’s promise of increasing battery capacity by 15 percent and battery output by 10 percent”

The new Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV offers a lot of updates and potential, including Mitsubishi’s promise of increasing battery capacity by 15 percent and battery output by 10 percent. Likewise, the electric motor’s output will also net a 10-percent improvement, all without sacrificing range. Even the SUV’s ICE unit is getting an improvement in the form of a 2.4-liter four-cylinder Atkinson engine. According to Mitsubishi, the new engine will provide higher torque and improved efficiency. Two new driving modes — SPORT and SNOW — are also on the table.

On the side of aesthetics, the Outlander PHEV is also getting a number of new and improved components. A more significant front grille is on the menu, as is a large rear spoiler, and a new set of 18-inch alloy wheels. Inside, Mitsubishi’s going premium with the addition of quilted leather, hip-hugging seats, a new instrument panel, and a revised switchgear.


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“A more significant front grille is on the menu, as is a large rear spoiler, and a new set of 18-inch alloy wheels.”

As far as improvements go, the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV has enough to warrant some love in Geneva. More importantly, these improvements should help the SUV retain its title as the best-selling plug-in hybrid SUV in the market. The full details of the Outlander PHEV will be revealed at the Geneva Motor Show, including its price tag. For now, take comfort knowing that the price of the new Outlander PHEV shouldn’t be too far away from the outgoing to model, which sells from £34,805, or around $48,700 based on current exchange rates.

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PostHeaderIcon Mitsubishi Has all But Comfirmed that it Will Slander the EVO Name by Plastering it on an SUV

You might want to sit down for this, especially if you’re a card-carrying member of the Mitsubishi Evolution fan club. A high-ranking Mitsubishi executive really spoke out on the possibility of bringing the iconic nameplate back in the future. He didn’t exactly specify how the Japanese automaker plans to do it, but if it did, there’s a possibility that it wouldn’t return in the state that earned it a place in the annals of automotive history as one of the most iconic rally-bred, performance cars in the world. Instead — this is the part where you really have to sit down — the Evo name could return and be used on an SUV. Gulp.


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“There’s nothing in the pipeline at the moment, but anything’s possible – nothing’s ruled in, and nothing’s ruled out.”

If you’ve come back to your senses after fainting, a point of order is, well, in order. Mitsubishi UK managing director Lance Bradley didn’t specifically say that the company was bringing back the EVO name and slapping it on an SUV. But he didn’t outrightly dismiss it either. In his own words, he said, “There’s nothing in the pipeline at the moment, but anything’s possible – nothing’s ruled in, and nothing’s ruled out.”

“If there were to be one, it would probably be different from what it’s currently,” he went on to say. “The day of the very high-powered sedan car from us is probably gone, but as long as it lives up to the ideals, the Evo demonstrated there’s no reason why we couldn’t do it with a different kind of vehicle.”

So basically, the Evolution nameplate, as iconic a nameplate as we have in the industry, may or may not return, though if it did, it might be used on a different kind of vehicle. Bradley also hinted that Mitsubishi’s focus at the moment is on SUVs and electrified drivetrains and that if there was a way to introduce a more performance-oriented version of these models, it’s something that Mitsubishi is going to look into. Put those statements together, and it looks as if there’s at least some consideration within Mitsubishi of dusting off the EVO name if an opportunity to put it on an SUV arises.


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“There’s at least some consideration within Mitsubishi of dusting off the EVO name if an opportunity to put it on an SUV arises.”

To be fair, it’s not a bad idea. Other automakers have launched their own performance SUVs without much resistance from the public. But Mitsubishi is walking a fine line here because of how important the Evolution nameplate is to a lot of people all over the world. The Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution is arguably the most famous Mitsubishi model in history. It spawned ten generations and its treated with reverence from all corners of the world.

The thought — and fear — of cheapening the name by attaching it to an SUV is the biggest point of concern. Fortunately, Mitsubishi is aware of the situation and the subsequent risk of using the EVO name incorrectly. “You do have to be very sensitive,” Bradley said. “It’s an iconic car, and there’s a lot of people with a very emotional attachment. If you’ve got an icon you’ve got to be careful not to do anything that undermines it, and sometimes it’s better to leave things alone, rather than undermining it.”

In this case, Mitsubishi is better off leaving the EVO name alone.

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PostHeaderIcon 2018 Mitsubishi Shogun Sport to Hit UK Next Spring

Not that there is a shortage of go-anywhere SUVs in the market, but if you soldier through autumn and winter you will be able to buy something rather special. The new Mitsubishi Shogun Sport is set to go on sale in the UK in the spring of 2018, after the Eclipse Cross, with refreshingly different styling and features. It is also one of the manliest SUVs out there,

While most other cars in this class are becoming pansies – that is to say, going for electronic gizmos to help them up a slope and getting small turbo petrol engines – the 2018 2018 Mitsubishi Shogun Sport comes with a fairly agricultural 2.4-litre diesel engine which is as reliable and as capable as a farm animal, and it gets Super Select II all-wheel drive system. Granted, it still relies on a bunch of electronics to complement the function of the mechanical bits, but still. And yes, the 180 hp output of the engine is nothing to write home about, but hey, you get 430 Nm of torque.

Look, the point is,though kind of old-fashioned, the 2018 Mitsubishi Shogun Sport is a trusty old chap that will never let you down no matter where you point its nose at. Should the mechanical gears get overwhelmed, you can count on Hill Descent Control, Trailer Start Assist (TSA), Hill Start Assist (HSA) to get you out of trouble. And should the sheer size and sturdy build fail to protect you, there is Forward Collision Mitigation (FCM), which uses radars in the front grille to judge whether there is risk of a collision with the vehicle in front, Blind Spot Warning (BSW) and Multi-around Monitor System (MMS) that employs cameras at the front, rear and in the door mirrors for a bird’s eye view.

Practicality is another highlight of the Shogun Sport. With up to 1,488 litres of available with the rear seat folded you can haul, I don’t know, three or four dead bodies at once. Equipment-wise, you are treated to, depending on the trim, heated seats, leather upholstery, keyless entry with push-button start, LED daytime running lights and the Mitsubishi Smartphone Link Display Audio (SDA). Pricing ofthis lovable brute will be announced closer to market launch.

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PostHeaderIcon Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross Gets 5-Star Euro NCAP Rating

The all-new Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross crossover gives you another reason to consider it over the rivals. The Japanese urban SUV has passed its Euro NCAP crash tests with flying colors, earning a 5-star safety rating with excellent overall performance. That means the Eclipse is about as safe as this class of cars get right now. 

This is, of course, of great significance since Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is the kind of car bought predominantly by young families with one or two kids. Safety is the topmost priority for these customers, and they will be glad to know the Cross has performed above average in every crash test category it’s been subjected to. The 2018 Eclipse Cross has scored high within the ‘Small Off-roader’ vehicle class, achieving a 97 per cent rating for Adult Protection and an 80 per cent Pedestrian Protection rating.

Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross has to thank for its safety performance a sophisticated design and a host of intelligent safety features. The crossover comes with Forward Collision Mitigation, Reinforced Impact Safety Evolution (RISE) vehicle body, seven SRS airbags and seatbelts designed for passenger protection. What’s more, the vehicle benefits from Mitsubishi Motors’ advanced S-AWC (Super All Wheel Control) system whcih ensures sure-footed handling in any weather condition and on any surface.

Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross offers two powertrains that do full justice to a stylish SUV coupe in delivering the right balance of power and environmental performance. The new 1.5L direct-injection turbocharged gasoline engine is mated to a new CVT with 8-speed Sport Mode manual override. The 2.2L common rail direct-injection turbocharged diesel engine modified specifically for Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is mated to a new 8-speed automatic transmission. Both powertrain combinations offer the driver brisk driving experience.

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PostHeaderIcon Mitsubishi e-EVOLUTION Concept Unveiled in Tokyo

We were thoroughly intrigued by the teaser photos for the Mitsubishi e-EVOLUTION Concept, and we’re glad to report it had not been in vain. The mean and aggressive electric crossover has now gone official at the Tokyo Motor Show, shedding some light on where the brand is headed with respect to design and technology. 

If this is what future Mitsu SUVs are going to look like, sign us up. The Mitsubishi e-EVOLUTION Concept has the kind of design that conveys ruggedness and superb capabilities even when standing still. It’s all dainty and muscular and features large intakes and black accents. High ground clearance, short overhangs, strong shoulders and narrow hips are among the other highlights of design. Now, this is, of course, a concept. But if a future production model features even half of the cues from the e-EVO it’ll be something we’d fancy.

Mitsubishi e-EVOLUTION also boasts new technological advances that we will be seeing in future production models. First and foremost we have the EV drivetrain with high-output underfloor batteries. Then there is the 4WD, a signature dish of Mitsubishi SUVs, faturing in this model a new Dual-Motor Active Yaw Control (AYC) system that couples two rear motors through an electronically controlled torque-vectoring AYC unit. An all-new feature of the e-EVO is an Artificial Intelligence (AI) system that augments the driver’s capabilities. Instead of just arbitrarily interfering with your driving like current driving aids, this system learns your driving style and habits and corrects and enhances them, so you will feel like you have gained superior skills.








“We aim to provide vehicles that fulfill our customers’ desires through outstanding design, combined with the power, authenticity and carefully-considered functionality MMC is known for,” said MMC Head of Global Design Tsunehiro Kunimoto.

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PostHeaderIcon Make it or Break It: Mitsubishi Positions Itself for a Comeback

“Drive for Growth.” It’s Mitsubishi latest plan to effectively turn the company around following its fuel economy scandal of yesteryear. The basic concept is to increase sales by 30 percent while at the same time increasing profit margin by six percent and research and development spending by ¥600 billion. This would, according to Mitsubishi push annual sales up to 1.3 mill units and revenue as high as ¥2.5 trillion. And, it plans to do so by strategic market expansion and by improving overall operating efficiency. For starters, Mitsubishi will work on improving U.S. dealerships while increasing the number of dealers in China by 110,000 to 220,000 total.

The big news here is that Mitsubishi is announcing that it will launch 11 new models over the next three years, with six of them being completely new models. The remaining five will be major updates to current vehicles on the market. By the end of 2020, Mitsubishi expects 70 of its sales volume to come from its SUVs, 4WD vehicles, and plug-in hybrid vehicles. There’s also word that there will be electrified solutions across the “core model range” which includes an EV kei car in the year 2020. So, in other words, Mitsubishi is going to spend a ton of money on R&D, even more money building and optimizing dealerships, and somehow manage to grow its bottom line. It sounds really good on paper, but will it actually work? Well, I have a few thoughts on that, so keep reading to find out.

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“The basic concept is to increase sales by 30 percent while at the same time increasing profit margin by six percent and research and development spending by ¥600 billion”

Mitsubishi has had a pretty tough time lately. The whole fuel economy scandal turned out to be a company-wide failure with fault going to more people that you can count on four hands. Low-level management had it wrong, corporate management had it wrong, employees were discouraged from expressing concern or challenging authority even if it was right to do so, and different divisions had no unity. The worst part of it all, however, was everyone’s inability to accept fuel economy shortfalls, and without a way to make it better, numbers got padded. In short, the entire situation was a massive disaster just waiting to come down on someone’s head, and come down it did.

Now, we’re looking at a brand that was so busy cheating its way into government approval that it let a car like the Lancer die an undeserving and unwarranted death after being seriously neglected more than a decade. The EVO program is also dead along, which pretty much brought an end to anything cool that came out of Mitsubishi’s stable. And, to top things off, the brand is slandering the Eclipse name by using it for a freaking crossover/SUV instead of a sports coupe like it should. To make matters even worse, there are rumors that the EVO program could come back as a program limited to SUVs.

Oh… poor, poor, Mitsubishi. What are you thinking? This brand needs some serious management changes, and some young blood injected into its core. Jumping onto the SUV bandwagon, Mitsubishi’s new primary focus, is too little, too late, and now the brand is going to pour all this money into developing what I only assume will by 6 new SUVs because lord knows that trend is never going to die off – NOT!. So what’s going to happen? Well, I have a feeling that the brand is going to bring a bunch of new SUVs and Crossovers to the market and by the time its new push for a comeback is over, so will be the SUV craze.


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“This brand needs some serious management changes, and some young blood injected into its core”

I’ve been predicting the end to the SUV craze for a while now and, while I could be wrong, I have a feeling that Electric cars are going to be the next big thing. Sure, we’ll get all-electric SUVs, but their sheer weight will be a bit of a problem for a while until we can really improve our battery technology – or at least bring solar charging onboard in a big way. So, even if Mitsubishi does end up with a lineup full of SUVs that it can’t sell, with any luck the EVO SUV models could provide some leverage as long as they are done right (sporty and plenty of power) and if it continues its push for PHEV and ventures into true EV vehicles.

Unfortunately, one just has to be skeptical at this point, because it really seems like the shot callers over at Mitsubishi aren’t sure about what they are doing. And, while all of their “Drive for Growth” strategy sounds good on paper, I’m afraid it’s not going to be anywhere near as easy as it sounds. But, we shall see. What do you guys think? Is Mitsubishi finally on the right path? Does it need some younger blood? Hit us up with your thoughts in the comments section below.

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2017 Mitsubishi e-Evolution Concept

The Tokyo Motor Show is nearly upon us, which means we’re preparing for a barrage of wild concepts and cool sci-fi weirdness. Mitsubishi is already getting on the action, unveiling its new e-Evolution a few weeks ahead of the big sheet pull. The design study is framed as a preview of forthcoming technology and exterior styling from the automaker, and includes a focus on all-electric propulsion mated with an AWD SUV body style. The e-Evolution also gets a few interesting driver assistance technologies, like an onboard AI that customizes various onboard systems to your preferences and will even coach you on how to be a better driver. The e-Evolution is just one of 12 vehicles Mitsubishi is bringing to the show, so we’ll have to see what else will make an appearance, but so far, the e-Evolution is one of the more ambitious concepts we’ve seen from Mitsu in a while.

Of course, we have to address the elephant in the room – the repurposed Evolution nameplate. Just last year, Mitsu killed off the Lancer Evo, the iconic rally-bred sedan that churned major terra in the WRC. Purists will undoubtedly balk at the thought of an all-electric, AI-infused SUV carrying the torch lit by that four-door monster, and rightfully so, but either way, it looks like change is inevitable here. Read on for the full details.

Updated 10/25/2017: The Mitsubishi e-Evolution Concept just debuted at the Tokyo Motor Show! Check out all the pics and details below.

Continue reading to learn more about the Mitsubishi e-Evolution Concept.

Exterior

  • Previews “Robust & Ingenious” design language
  • Front grille hides autonomous sensors
  • Lots of details, sci-fi vibe

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“While certainly striking to look at, the Mitsubishi e-Evolution Concept isn’t exactly the prettiest thing in the world”

For starters, the Mitsubishi e-Evolution Concept is a look at what the Japanese automaker has planned in terms of exterior styling and design. Mitsu has dubbed the design language as “Robust & Ingenious,” and seeks to combine snappy good looks, power, and functionality with off-roading agility and 4WD capability. It’s a fresh new approach for the company, which makes sense considering the degree to which Mitsubishi hopes to reinvent itself. But does it work?

To answer that, let’s start in front, where we find a fascia Mitsu describes as “Dynamic Shield.” This is composed of a black grille covered by glass, behind which hides an array of sensors and cameras, all of which are required to run the onboard autonomous systems. Just below the headlights, you’ll find a duo of intakes, which direct air through the bumper and into the wheel wells to help cool the brakes.


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“The Mitsubishi e-Evolution Concept is more like a compilation of small details and features that give it a futuristic, sci-fi kind of vibe”

Moving towards the rear is a heavily angled windshield, which stretches into the hood and trunk to give the whole profile a sort of triangule shape. Subtle roof bars punctuate the edges of the roof, while short overhangs give it a sporty appearance. Small, fin-shaped intakes were added past the C-pillars to direct air through the rear bumper, enhancing the SUV’s aerodynamics in the process.

In back, there’s a hexagonal shape for the tail, which Mitsubishi says was inspired by the rear spare tire cover of the Mitsubishi Shogun, an older SUV model from the brand.

While certainly striking to look at, the Mitsubishi e-Evolution Concept isn’t exactly the prettiest thing in the world. Rather, it’s more like a compilation of small details and features that give it a futuristic, sci-fi kind of vibe, which, of course, is to be expected considering the advanced interior technology features.

Interior

  • Plenty of horizontal surfaces
  • Multiple digital displays
  • AI “coach” makes you a better driver

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“The Mitsubishi e-Evolution’s interior is a development of the Mitsubishi eX that we saw at the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show”

In some ways, the Mitsubishi e-Evolution’s interior is a development of the Mitsubishi eX that we saw at the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show. Once again, we find broad, horizontal surfaces, which stretch across the width of the vehicle to lend it a sense of spaciousness. Mitsubishi says that the lack of a traditional firewall (it’s an EV, remember?) opens up all sorts of interesting interior design possibilities. In addition to the interesting look, the e-Evolution mounts the large battery pack under the floor of the vehicle, lowering the car’s center of weight and optimizing interior space overall.

Digital interfaces abound, with several displays and the majority of the controls located on the center tunnel. The instrument panel gets a “floating” design to it, with the two-tiered display interface dividing pertinent driving information into the top section (Mitsubishi says the flat screen spread across the dash is used to display “environmental conditions, navigation and coaching information”), while the operational controls are below.


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“The instrument panel gets a “floating” design to it, with the two-tiered display interface dividing pertinent driving information up top and operational controls below”

The automaker says this top/bottom attitude lends the driver an enhanced feeling of the vehicle’s “attitude” while driving, a characteristic particularly important for off-roading adventures. On either side of the large screen, you’ll find two smaller screens, which project images from a front- and rear-facing camera for better outward visibility. What’s more, the 360-degree panoramic window view supposedly gives passengers a sensation similar to being in a “jet fighter.”

In addition to the unique cabin design, the e-Evolution concept also gets some pretty weird and wild concept technology. First up, there’s an onboard AI that will “augment” the driver’s capabilities behind the wheel. Basically, Mitsubishi says this system incorporates a variety of sensors that monitor road conditions and traffic, “as well as the driver’s intent,” which we can only assume to be the intended line through a corner and inputs for the throttle and brakes. The system will then assist the driver with a coaching function, whereby the AI will monitor the driver’s skills and provide a personalized training program via voice messages and text messages on the dash to make them better.


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“In addition to the unique cabin design, the e-Evolution concept also gets some pretty weird and wild concept technology.”

Mitsubishi also says there will be further sci-fi features on display at its booth, including an AI Personal Assistant and a Smart Speaker Demonstration.

Let’s start with the Personal Assistant, which will converse with passengers, and even be able to identify which passenger are speaking at any given time via voice recognition software, both through local processing and cloud-based processing. The system will then customize features to better suit the individual, as well as relay important information to the passengers, such as equipment failures and the current vehicle status. Voice command can also be used for the climate control, windshield wipers, headlights, and other similar features. Furthermore, the system can connect with various passenger devices for greater usability. For example, Mitsu says the system will connect to a drone to check out traffic conditions, or just to “give occupants a birds-eye view of the natural scenery they are passing through”.

“Mitsu says the system will connect to a drone to check out traffic conditions, or just to “give occupants a birds-eye view of the natural scenery they are passing through.”

Finally, there will be a Smart Speaker Demonstration that will utilize devices like Amazon’s Alexa or Google Assistant to connect to features for the car as well, for example, turning the headlights off and on, change the climate control in the cabin, and lock or unlock the doors.

Drivetrain

  • Three electric motors
  • AWD grip
  • Torque vectoring capabilities

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“There are three electric motors total, which combine to create a 4WD system”

Details on the e-Evolution’s drivetrain are a bit vague, but the tidbits we do have are rather interesting. To kick it off, Mitsu says motivation comes from a set of high-torque, high-performance electric motors juiced by a high-capacity battery system. There are three electric motors total, which combine to create a 4WD system. Up front is a single motor to drive both wheels, while two motors in back drive each of the individual rear wheels. The two rear motors also use something called Dual Motor Active Yaw Control to offer electronic torque vectoring, sharpening handling as a result. A complementary Super All-Wheel Control system makes the most of available grip.

Combined with a high degree of ground clearance, Mitsu contends this concept is a decent stab at off-roading goodness. On paper, sure, we’ll agree with that.

“Combined with a high degree of ground clearance, Mitsu contends this concept is a decent stab at off-roading goodness.”

Further details include electric brake calipers, which improve on the older hydraulic caliper design of modern cars.

If we’re honest, though, it’s all pretty basic stuff. We would have liked it if Mitsubishi provided us with a few numbers on battery capacity, range per charge, or even acceleration numbers, but that’s okay – this is just a concept, anyway. And, to be honest, it looks like the brand is on the right track so far. Now we’ll just have to see what happens on the production side of things.

Conclusion


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While we’re still a little salty that Mitsubishi is turning one of our all-time favorite rally stars into an all-electric SUV driven by robots, we’ll try to be objective here. Indeed, this new concept seeks to combine various high-tech systems “seamlessly to deliver safe and enjoyable performance that mirrors driver intent under all weather conditions and on all surfaces.” That’s all well and good, but now its time to deliver. You see, Mitsubishi isn’t the only one playing around in this space, and while concepts like the e-Evolution show the automaker is headed in the right direction, it makes us wonder if it’s gonna have the right stuff to hang with the long list of rival automakers already putting these sorts of ideas into production. Audi is certainly one name that comes readily to mind.

Long story short – Mitsubishi can talk the talk. But can it walk the walk?

  • Leave it
    • Nothing terribly innovative or new presented
    • Looks an awful lot like previous Mitsubishi concepts
    • Competition is plentiful in this space
    • Rally fans will be disappointed

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PostHeaderIcon Mitsubishi e-EVOLUTION Concept Teased for Tokyo Moor Show

The 45th Tokyo Motor Show, to be held from October 25, 2017, will see the debut of an exciting new concept. The Mitsubishi e-EVOLUTION offers a glimpse not only into the future of the brand’s design, but also their EV technology and new Artificial Intelligence (AI) systems they are working on. Oh, and it seems to be quite a looker as well. 

Mitsubishi e-EVOLUTION Concept s an electric all-wheel-drive SUV with a sporty and aggressive coupe-like design. It boasts a triple motor 4WD system that employs a single motor to drive the front wheels and a new Dual Motor AYC (Active Yaw Control) system to couple two rear motors through an electronically controlled torque-vectoring Active Yaw Control unit. And these are high torque, high power motors, meaning this thing is pretty much unstoppable on pretty much any terrain you introduce it to. We would definitely like to see this bad boy in production.

A sophisticated electric drivetrain is not all that is awesome about the Mitsubishi e-EVOLUTION Concept. The car also features an Artificial Intelligence (AI) system that augments the driver’s capabilities. This goes beyond the usual sensors and radars that read the road and traffic conditions. This system also monitors the driver and tries to predict his or her intent. An algorithm then crunches all this data and seamlessly coordinates the performance of the vehicle, thus enhancing driving fun and safety at the same time.

“At the Tokyo Motor Show, the MITSUBISHI e-EVOLUTION CONCEPT will be one of 12 Mitsubishi models on display. It will be joined by the new Eclipse Cross coupe SUV (Japan market model), unveiled in Japan for the first time, the Outlander PHEV and other leading MMC models sold in Japan In addition to the MITSUBISHI e-EVOLUTION CONCEPT and the other vehicles on display, the Mitsubishi stand will also feature innovative technical exhibitions: AI Personal Assistant and Smart Speaker Demonstration.”

 

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PostHeaderIcon Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross Priced from £21,275 in UK

The all-new Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross crossover will launch in the United Kingdom from January 2018 sporting a reasonable price tag. Starting at £21,275, the Eclipse Cross can add affordability to the list of the thing that potentially make it a hit crossover, along with unique looks and above average off-road-ability.

Manual, automatic, two and four-wheel-drive are among the options you can choose when presented with the specs sheet at the dealership. Where you don’t have any choice, at least in the beginning, is the engine department where the only offer is a 1.5-litre turbocharged petrol engine developing 163hp and 250Nm of torque. Still, it’s a decent unit and when paired with Mitsubishi’s Super All-wheel Control (S-AWC) system that offers a choice of three advanced drive modes (Auto, Snow and Gravel) it should be pretty capable, too.

2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is also an excellent car in terms of the amount of standard kit you get. All models come with touch-pad controller, Smartphone Display Audio that is compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, rear view camera, DAB radio with six speakers, cruise control, climate control air conditioning, LED Daytime Running Lights, Bluetooth connectivity for hands-free calls, 16-inch alloy wheels, privacy glass and heated door mirrors. Every Eclipse Cross is also equipped with Lane Departure Warning, Forward Collision Mitigation (FCM) that uses radar technology to detect a risk of collision, ABS, Active Stability Control, Hill Start Assist, Brake Assist, seven airbags, dusk and rain sensors and automatic operation of the headlamps’ dipped beam. And remember these are all with the 21 grand version!

At launch there will also be a First Edition version of the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross, limited to 250 units and enhanced with features such as premium paint finish, carbon-finish bumper corner and side extension kit with red inserts, additional silver styling details to the front and rear, special First Edition floor mats with red trim and unique First Edition badging.






Official Pricing:

Eclipse Cross 2 Manual £21,275
Eclipse Cross 3 Manual £22,575
Eclipse Cross 3 Automatic £23,850
Eclipse Cross 3 Automatic 4WD £25,350
Eclipse Cross 4 Manual £24,975
Eclipse Cross 4 Automatic 4WD £27,900
Eclipse Cross First Edition Manual £26,825
Eclipse Cross First Edition 4WD Auto £29,750

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