Mitsubishi launches new small class vehicle at the Geneva Motor show

Mitsubishi launches new small class vehicle at the Geneva Motor show

Update! Mitsubishi has revealed new details and pictures of a small class overall new vehicle will be built in Thailand. The model will be premiered at the Geneva Motor Show and will be launched on the market with ultra-efficient engines.

January 18, 2011 update:

Mitsubishi today unveiled new details and photos ready for the main news from the Geneva Motor Show in March. Mitsubishi Motors Corporation will present the first "Global Small Mitsubishi Concept", a concept based on the principles of "compact", "cheap" and "ultra-efficient."

MMC will present a total of 12 vehicles (6 days during the press), including machines that are already marketed in Europe, 100% electric model with i-MiEV already delivered 2,500 copies of European customers, since sales started began in October 2010.

Global Small Mitsubishi Concept is a compact passenger concept that the company is planning to launch it on the market in March 2012, built the new plant in Thailand.

Mitsubishi's new model will carry five adults comfortably, while providing top efficiency and fuel consumption, emissions of approximately 95 grams CO2 target, thanks to a system start / stop and a 1.0 engine in its class - equipped with 1.2 liter energy recovery.

According to preliminary information, the new model will benefit from a new generation CVT transmission and brakes and performance tires. Also, the vehicle will have a very good aerodynamics, which contribute to low fuel consumption.

December 10, 2010 original text:

Mitsubishi will launch its world premiere at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2011, a new small class vehicle will be built in Thailand, which did not reveal too many details, other than those two sketches.

The new plant, the first new production facility of Mitsubishi in the past 16 years, will have a capacity of 150,000 units per year, and could be expanded to 300,000 units by 2013.

The model will be sold in emerging markets but also in Japan, and will be priced at 400,000 baht (10,000 euros) in Thailand.

Mitsubishi's new model will be launched on the market with fuel efficient engines of 1.0 and 1.2 liters.

Source: http://www.mitsubishicars.com/


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