Mitsubishi Motors automotive tradition goes back to 1917 when the Mitsubishi Model A, Japans first series-production automobile, was introduced. Over the next two decades the company established themselves as an innovator, developing, amongst others, Japans first diesel engine, its first large-sized bus (the start of the world famous Fuso commercial vehicle series), its first four-wheel drive passenger car prototype, and its first diesel-powered truck.
Mitsubishi ASX's cabin reflects a clear sense of "dynamic quality" as expressed through the hooded meter cluster shared with Outlander, the soft padding around the center instrument panel itself extending to the door trim or the carefully applied silver accents either side of the audio system or along the door panels.
The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is a fusion of sharp coupe looks and dynamic SUV mobility with signature Mitsubishi styling and performance.
While featuring improvements in functionality and reliability as a work vehicle, the all-new L200 was developed as the "ultimate sport utility truck" and to provide an interior space with comfort levels on a par with a passenger model.
Similar in size to the current car, the 4655mm Next Generation Mitsubishi Outlander follows a clear design brief where in true Mitsubishi fashion, key directions were for an "engineer's car" with a "Solid - Safe - Simple" shape, blending substantial look with clean surfaces, as previewed in the Concept PX-MiEV and Concept PX-MiEV II show cars.
Welcome to this the fourth generation of one of the world's favourite, most successful and most enduring 4x4s. The new Mitsubishi Shogun is the strongest, quietest, safest and smartest Shogun ever built, with a sharp new body, refined new interior and with the ability to go anywhere and do anything. Here it is: Rugged yet refined, an authentic 4x4.
The revised Mitsubishi Shogun continues to offer buyers a unique blend of on and off-road capability, generous standard equipment levels, comfort, space and luxury and highly competitive pricing.