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2021 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross

2021 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross

Mitsubishi’s compact crossover wants you to notice it

The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross has long been one of the most underrated compact crossovers in the market. It’s not going to win any "best-of" awards anytime soon, but the crossover can hold its own, as long as people notice it. Perhaps the arrival of the new Eclipse Cross will help the crossover earn more credibility than it has received.

This latest batch of spy photos of the model heavily wrapped in camouflage gives us an idea of what to expect visually from the Eclipse Cross. But that’s the extent of it, at least for now. More details should arrive as we get closer to the updated Eclipse Cross’ launch sometime at the end of the year. The new Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross will be badged as a 2021 model.

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2013 Mitsubishi Mirage

2013 Mitsubishi Mirage

Lets face it: Mitsubishi Colt has never been a very successful model, especially on markets like Europe. And due to the lack of sales the company has been forced to shut down its plant in Europe and as a result lots of Mitsubishi models will be imported from other global factories.

The first affected model will be the supermini Colt which will be replaced by the newMitsubishi Mirage that was shown for the Asian market last year. Our spy photographers have caught a lightly camouflaged Mirage during testing in Europe and it seems that the European version will get some slightly changed details and probably a different set-up then its Asians cousins.

Despite being a very small model, Mitsubishi has promised that the new Mirage will offer interior space for five adults. Let’s hope they have tested that with five Europeans.

Under the hood there will be a range of petrol engines starting with a three-cylinder 1.0 liter engine with start/stop. An official debut is expected for 2013.

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Mitsubishi releases design sketch of new crossover vehicle

Mitsubishi releases design sketch of new crossover vehicle

Mitsubishi’s plans of releasing a new compact crossover in the UK next year took a bold step to fruition after the company released a design sketch of what the vehicle may look like.

Based on the 2007 Concept-cX show car, the still-to-be-named crossover features a number of design elements and styling touches that have become synonymous with Mitsubishi, including an adapted version of the jet fighter front end that Mitsubishi has been known to use in a lot of its vehicles.

Rumors have also propped up saying that the crossover vehicle will come in a variety of engines, including a clean diesel and petrol capacity, as well as a plug-in hybrid version. The choice of more eco-friendly engines is the latest indication that Mitsubishi may very well be shedding its reputation as a gas-guzzling 4x4 brand and shifting its vehicles to become more environment-friendly, similar to what a lot of its competitors have been doing recently.

The new crossover is scheduled to make its European debut at the Geneva Motor Show next March, a month after the car goes on sale in its homeland of Japan. As it stands, the crossover is in line to drop in UK dealerships towards the latter stages of 2010.

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Japanese Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X brochure

Japanese Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X brochure

A scanned brochure fo the new Mistubishi Evolution X leaked on the web. If anyone can help translate the Japanese ’text’, you are more then welcome. With 5 pages dedicated to technical presentations, no doubt the new Evo will come packed with all the gizmos needed to beat your local racetrack.

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Mitsubishi Evo X caught testing

Mitsubishi Evo X caught testing

The Mitsubishi Prototype X was revealed in January at Detroit Auto Show and the production version is almost ready for production. The Evo X will debut this fall at the Frankfurt Motor Show. It will go on sale in Japan the following month and in Europe around February 2008.
Mitsubishi has said that the production car will be 95 percent the same as the one on show at Geneva, save for a few minor details on the bonnet and behind the wheel, so it seems as though Mitsubishi has given up on (...)

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 Mitsubishi Evolution X Spy Shots at Willow Springs

Mitsubishi Evolution X Spy Shots at Willow Springs

The New Evo X with its cult following is going to have enthusiasts going crazy. Check out the new Mitsubishi Evolution X as it is caught in spy testing by spy photographers from Edmunds.com. The scene is the Willow Roads racecourse in Willow Springs. The only thing more exciting than this would be seeing the new Evolution put up against the new Subaru Impreza WRX Sti. Where do you sign up to get a job as a spy car tester? Seems like too much (...)

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Mitsubishi Evo X Spy Video

Mitsubishi Evo X Spy Video

Check out the latest spy video from an enthusiast of the new Mitsubishi EVO X being tested.

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Spy Video of the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X
by CBXweb

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Mitsubishi Lancer spoted in the wild

Mitsubishi Lancer spoted in the wild

Making its world debut at Detroti Auto Show in January, the new Lancer was spoted by a very lucky member from Nasioc Forums in the wild. The car will debut for the US market in spring of 2007.
The Mitsubishi Lancer will be powered by a turbocharged aluminum cylinder block MIVEC engine, delivering arround 286 hp and will feature a high-performance 6-speed auto-manual transmission.

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2008 Mitsubishi Lancer - spy shots

2008 Mitsubishi Lancer - spy shots

The new Mitsubishi Lancer will debut at the next edition of Detroit Auto Show, in January 2007 and will go on sale later after that as a 2008 model.
The Mitsubishi Lancer will be powered by a turbocharged aluminum cylinder block MIVEC engine, delivering arround 286 hp and will feature a high-performance 6-speed auto-manual transmission.

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Mitsubishi Evo X Spy photos

Mitsubishi Evo X Spy photos

The Mitsubishi Evo X will debut in the 2008 Model Year, and is based off the GS Platform also used on the current Dodge Caliber. Rumors are that this iteration of the Evo will feature more than 300 horsepower, and will be put on a diet resulting in a curb weight significantly less than that of the current Evo.
Mitsubishi Evo X will mate a turbocharged aluminum cylinder block MIVEC engine to a high-performance 6-speed auto-manual (...)

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2008 Mitsubishi Evo X Spy Shots

Mitsubishi’s Concept-X, which the company unveiled at the Frankfurt show last year (and in a more refined form later at the Tokyo show), basically gave away the plotline of the next-generation Evo sports coupe. But here are the first pictures of an Evo X mule running at speed at the Nürburgring in Germany.
The new Evo X will share a platform with the new Dodge Caliber, Mitsubishi’s Outlander and Chrysler’s next-generation PT Cruiser.
With over 300 horsepower, the Evo X will be powered by a (...)

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