The iconic Mitsubishi is back, but once again it is not the car that everyone wanted.
Mitsubishi has definitely enjoyed the SUV body. Currently in the British range we can find 4 out of 6 models are SUVs, and the rest are a pick-up L200 and a small hachbach - a refreshed Mirage. In the model range there are no representatives of segments A, C, D, E, G, GT... and so on.
The Japanese range is no better - apart from delivery vehicles, we can also find VANs of Delica D2, D3 and D5 series, electric i-MiEV, small EK Custom and EK Space hatchbacks, as well as classic Townbox.
However, the company plans to diversify its range a little and plans to resurrect Mitsubishi Lancer, a representative of the C segment, who, depending on the generation, was a sedan, combi and hatchback. As befits Mitsubishi, however, it will not simply be a new generation, but a completely redesigned car that is nothing like its predecessor.
The car will probably be named Lancer Cross and will be a " new generation hatchback ". Like the Eclipce Cross, the car will become a crossover with a very modernist look. It will be based on the e-Evolution concept presented last year and will be designed to compete with Toyota C-HR.