Imagining a 5-door coupe variant of the Mitsubishi Pajero Sport. “Quick! kill it with fire!” I hear people screaming.
Here’s how the Mitsubishi Triton could look with the new Pajero Sport’s front fascia.
We’ve read about Mitsubishi’s agreement of replacing the Lancer with a C-segment car based on a Renault-Nissan model. Renault-Nissan’s current C-segment sedan offerings are the Fluence and Sentra/Sylphy. Which will underpins the next Lancer?
In September, Fiat and Mitsubishi inked a deal for Mitsubishi to produce a new pickup for Fiat from 2016. I rendered this by incorporating front design from Fiat FCC4 concept to the just launched Mitsubishi Triton. My previous Fiat pickup rendering was based on the Nissan Navara, because back then there was a plan to […]
The all-new Mitsubishi Triton sort of gave the world a shock of disappointment; looking more like an extensive than a total revamped. Will such opinion-dividing look carry on to the Mitsubishi Pajero Sport?
I’ve never been a fan of the new Outlander, wearing a weird unfitting front fascia. In fact to my eyes, its predecessor looks better. So it’s no surprise Mitsubishi is rushing a facelift for the relatively new Outlander. And this is my idea of beautifying improving the looks of the Outlander – I can do […]
According to an article by Automotive News, Chrysler is to sell rebadged Attrage in Mexico. The Attrage, the sedan variant of the Mirage is such a cheap car, wouldn’t it harm Chrysler’s image?
Well, the Nissan-Mitsubishi pickup joint venture is off – new Nissan Navara was developed separately from next-gen Mitsubishi Triton. Guess that means this to-be Navara-based Fiat is off too, and the Italian truck will be a rebadge of the self-developed Triton.
Mitsubishi and Nissan has been collaborating in many areas; micro car, commercial van and large sedan among few. It’s also confirmed the next Mitsubishi Triton was again be based on a Nissan. As with most Nissan-based Mitsubishi. I guess the Triton’s design will not differ too much from the Navara.
Wagon frenzy continues with another B-segment wagon for ASEAN.