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Mitsubishi Compact Crossover announced

Submitted by on October 29, 2009 – 10:55 pmOne Comment

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Mitsubishi Motors announced today the forthcoming introduction of its all-new on-road Compact Crossover, to be retailed first in Japan from February 2010 onwards.

Derived from the much-acclaimed 2007 Concept-cX show car, it is the latest development of MMC’s mid-size global platform (“Project Global”).
This most important product will further support Mitsubishi Motors’ strategic shift from being an SUV-focused nameplate to a manufacturer of environment-friendly passenger cars & crossovers*, with a presence in the “authentic off-roader” segment** – itself pre-empting structural changes in market demand.

As such – and after i-MiEV – this on-road Compact Crossover will be the Corporation’s next game changer towards lower impact vehicles, in their format and/or in the innovative MMC proprietary technologies they will feature.
Source: Mitsubishi

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  • CarZ says:

    Mitsubishi has had it’s issues with trying to design a quality vehicle. Hopefully, this crossover effort will do the trick for them.

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