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Mitsubishi

eK Space/X Space

2020 A mini tall hybrid wagon
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Mitsubishi

Eclipse Cross PHEV

2020 A compact plug-in hybrid crossover SUV
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Delica D:2

2020 A hybrid tall wagon
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Mitsubishi

eK X

2019 A mini tall hybrid wagon
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Delica D:2 (Previous model)

2015 A re-badged model of Suzuki Solio
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 News
Oct 15, 2021

On October 14, 2021, Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (MMC) revealed the design of the plug-in hybrid (PHEV) model of the all-new Outlander crossover SUV. The all-new Outlander PHEV model will make its global debut on October 28, with the start of sales scheduled in Japan in mid-December.
On the front, MMC has evolved the Dynamic Shield, which projects both power and reassurance, for a new generation to create a front-end design with a sense of presence. Additionally, the large-diameter 20-inch wheels along with the muscular front and rear fender flares that house them conjure an image of powerful and dependable road performance.
The rear side of the all-new Outlander features tailgate design comprised of a hexagon motif with the look of a chiseled block, and the horizontally themed taillights that extend to both edges create a rear styling that accentuates wideness and stability.
To project a high-quality feel, MMC has evolved the interior also. The horizontally-sculpted instrument panel makes it easy to understand the position of the car while driving, and expresses robustness and a feeling of spaciousness. The center console is designed to project a broad high-class presence. The monitors and gauges are designed to be reassuringly easy to see, while the selectors, dials and switches are designed to provide a confident grip and operation, resulting in a quality feel that appeals to the senses.

(Mitsubishi Motors press release on October 14, 2021)

Oct 08, 2021

Reported on October 7, 2021, Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia (MMM) has delivered 1,521 units of Mitsubishi Triton with the highest market share of 34% within the pick-up segment in September, marking the historical high sales for the Triton.
The Triton sales performance increased 5.1% within April and September 2021, while the overall company sales achieved positive growth with a total of 6,907 vehicles sold. This resulted in MMM's market share increasing from 1.7% (April-September 2020) to 3.9% (April-September 2021) for the total industry volume.
Meanwhile, MMM said the Xpander was Malaysia's best-selling non-national MPV with close to 13,000 bookings since its launch in November 2020 to date. The company has delivered 5,756 units to new owners.
MMM said it remained as the top 3 non-national automotive brands in Malaysia. The company is fulfilling the accumulated backlog orders with the recent reopening of automotive industry since the lockdown from June 2021.
(From an article of New Straits Times on October 7, 2021)

Oct 01, 2021

On October 1, 2021, Mitsubishi Motors Corporation launched the teaser site for its plug-in hybrid (PHEV) model of the all-new Outlander crossover SUV, which is scheduled for launch in Japan this fiscal year.
The all-new Outlander PHEV model employs twin-motor 4WD that consists of one motor at the front and another one at the rear of the vehicle. Combining this with an evolved version of Super-All Wheel Control (S-AWC) increases vehicle maneuverability in driving, cornering and braking. Conventional models employ braking control system to control the brake forces in the left and right wheels only on the front, but the evolved S-AWC adds braking control system to the rear wheels. This reduces the load on the front wheels and makes it possible to extract the maximum performance from all four tires in a more balanced manner and delivers handling true to the driver's intent for safe, secure and comfortable driving in various conditions.  
In addition, seven drive modes can be selected depending on road conditions and driving style. For example, Normal, the basic mode, is optimized for normal driving on paved roads. Gravel mode provides balanced operability and road handling ability on unpaved or wet paved roads, and Snow mode delivers stable vehicle behavior on snowy and other slippery roads.

(Mitsubishi Motors release on October 1, 2021 and teaser site for all-new model)