Mitsubishi Concept-ZT (2007)


Mitsubishi Concept-ZT

By combining a high-powered, fuel-efficient, 2.2-liter clean diesel engine and Twin Clutch SST, and using significant quantities of Green Plastic in the interior, a high level of running and environmental performance is achieved.

In addition to advanced active safety technology, Concept-ZT achieves a high level of passive safety. Features include pre-crash safety; a lane-drift warning system; driving assistance technology, including new all-around multi-monitors and a parking assistance system; and crashworthiness safety technology including a pop-up hood.

Moreover, equipped with the S-AWC system combining front E-LSD (Electric control - Limited Slip Differential), ABS and ASC, based on Mitsubishi Motors' 4WD electronic control system, the MITSUBISHI Concept-ZT is a premium sedan that possesses dramatically improved driving, environmental and safety performance.

Design

The basic exterior form, simple and flowing with a low center of gravity, yields a sense of stability and sportiness fitting Mitsubishi Motors' premier sedan This base is combined with a powerful shoulder line, substantial side panels and projecting fenders. Sculptured headlights, grill and aluminum wheels proclaim quality and status created out of "Japanese" sensitivity — a sophisticated and adult sensibility.

In the interior, the goal was a level of "hospitality" that would resonate with all the senses of the occupants. Combinations of designs with clear contrasts — simple forms with overall continuity gently embrace passengers and precise, hard functional parts — express the melding of quality, comfort and the pleasure of driving. Meters and monitors are of clear materials, futuristically stacked, with the beauty of industrial art.

Mitsubishi Concept-cX (2007)

Mitsubishi Concept-cX (2007)
Mitsubishi Eclipse GS (2007)


Mitsubishi Eclipse GS

The new-generation Mitsubishi Eclipse, which was introduced for 2006, combines Driven to Thrill design and performance with outstanding value to offer the sport coupe customer an attainable exotic. A significant part of Eclipse's appeal is its striking design, and here the car distinguishes itself from traditional, conservative or retro styling seen on some sport coupes. A color-keyed aero kit is available for all models.

Eclipse is offered in two trim and performance levels. The GS is powered by a 162-hp 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine teamed to a five-speed manual transmission or optional four-speed automatic. The GT's 3.8-liter V-6 produces 263 horsepower and 260 lb.-ft. peak torque and is teamed with a standard six-speed manual or optional five-speed automatic transmission. Both Eclipse engines employ the Mitsubishi Innovative Valve Timing Electronic Control (MIVEC) system to help optimize efficiency and power across a broad engine speed range. Both Eclipse automatic transmissions feature Sportronic(TM) shifters to allow manual gearshift control. The Eclipse GT can accelerate from zero to 60 mph in about seven seconds.

A rigid platform enables the four-wheel independent suspension to give the Eclipse sporty road manners and a compliant, comfortable ride. Four-wheel disc brakes are standard on all models, with anti-lock brakes (ABS) and electronic brake-force distribution (EBD), plus larger, ventilated rear discs on the GT.

Both Eclipse models are equipped with standard 17-inch, five-spoke aluminum wheels with 225/50R17 V-rated tires. The optional GT Premium Performance Package adds 18-inch, seven-spoke aluminum wheels and 235/45R18 V-rated tires.

Mitsubishi Eclipse GT (2007)


Mitsubishi Eclipse GT

The new-generation Mitsubishi Eclipse, which was introduced for 2006, combines Driven to Thrill design and performance with outstanding value to offer the sport coupe customer an attainable exotic. A significant part of Eclipse's appeal is its striking design, and here the car distinguishes itself from traditional, conservative or retro styling seen on some sport coupes. A color-keyed aero kit is available for all models.

Eclipse is offered in two trim and performance levels. The GS is powered by a 162-hp 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine teamed to a five-speed manual transmission or optional four-speed automatic. The GT's 3.8-liter V-6 produces 263 horsepower and 260 lb.-ft. peak torque and is teamed with a standard six-speed manual or optional five-speed automatic transmission. Both Eclipse engines employ the Mitsubishi Innovative Valve Timing Electronic Control (MIVEC) system to help optimize efficiency and power across a broad engine speed range. Both Eclipse automatic transmissions feature Sportronic(TM) shifters to allow manual gearshift control. The Eclipse GT can accelerate from zero to 60 mph in about seven seconds.

A rigid platform enables the four-wheel independent suspension to give the Eclipse sporty road manners and a compliant, comfortable ride. Four-wheel disc brakes are standard on all models, with anti-lock brakes (ABS) and electronic brake-force distribution (EBD), plus larger, ventilated rear discs on the GT.

Both Eclipse models are equipped with standard 17-inch, five-spoke aluminum wheels with 225/50R17 V-rated tires. The optional GT Premium Performance Package adds 18-inch, seven-spoke aluminum wheels and 235/45R18 V-rated tires.

Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder (2007)


Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder

Based on the fourth-generation Eclipse coupe introduced for 2006, the 2007 Eclipse Spyder is the "attainable exotic" that combines "Driven to Thrill" design and performance with a high-tech convertible top and outstanding value.

A rigid platform enables the four-wheel independent suspension to give the Eclipse Spyder both sporty road manners and a compliant, comfortable ride.

The Eclipse Spyder will be offered in two trim levels: the GS model is powered by a 162-hp 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine mated to a five-speed manual transmission or optional four-speed automatic. The Spyder GT's 3.8-liter V-6 produces 260 hp and 258 lb.-ft. peak torque and is teamed with a standard six-speed manual transmission or an optional five-speed automatic. Both the four-cylinder and V-6 engines feature Mitsubishi MIVEC (Mitsubishi Innovative Valve Timing Electronic Control system) valve timing and lift technology to help optimize engine efficiency and power across a broad engine speed range.

The Eclipse automatic transmissions feature Sportronic(TM) shifters to allow manual gear shift control.

The Spyder's automatic cloth top folds completely out of sight under a flush-fitting powered tonneau cover in about 19 seconds. Its advanced multi-layer construction provides a full head liner for a quiet, snug interior feeling of a coupe when it is raised. The glass rear widow features a defroster.

The "attainable exotic" design theme continues inside. The wave-form instrument panel houses easy-to-reach controls and features distinctive motorcycle-inspired gauges and ice blue LED nighttime illumination. Three color schemes are offered: Techno-Sport (dark charcoal), Hi-Q Sport (medium gray) and Avante Garde (terra cotta). The one-piece high-back front bucket seats were inspired by Mitsubishi involvement in motorsports. The steering wheel features audio system remote controls.

Mitsubishi Endeavor SE (2007)


Mitsubishi Endeavor SE

The Mitsubishi Endeavor is a crossover-type mid-size sport-utility vehicle that combines car-like driving dynamics with impressive comfort, room and flexibility. Unibody construction and four-wheel independent suspension ensure a smooth, quiet ride. Endeavor is available with front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive, with all AWD models gaining the advanced Active Skid and Traction Control (ASTC) to augment the traction control that is standard on all models.

Also new for 2007, all Endeavor models are equipped with standard rollover-sensing curtain side air bags (augmenting front seat-mounted side air bags) and a tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS). Endeavor achieved five-star ratings for frontal impact (driver) and side impact (front and rear seat positions) in the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) crash tests. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) awarded Endeavor its highest ranking - "Good" overall - in its frontal offset crash test.

Mitsubishi has re-aligned the 2007 Endeavor model line to provide even better customer value than before. The well-equipped LS remains the entry model. The new SE Value Package builds on the generous LS feature content and offers two upgrades:

SE with Sunroof Package, and SE with navigation system - the first time a navigation system has been offered in Endeavor.

Styling refinements for 2007 that enhance Endeavor's upscale appearance include color-keyed bumpers on the LS, and chrome grille trim, color-keyed door handles, side mirrors and rear license plate garnish on SE models. Endeavor LS gains premium seat fabric, and all models feature redesigned door panels.

Mitsubishi Galant Ralliart (2007)


Mitsubishi Galant Ralliart

Mitsubishi Motors North America (MMNA) has introduced the new high-performance 2007 Galant Ralliart model at the 2006 Chicago Auto Show. Powered by a 258-hp 3.8-liter V-6 engine and equipped with sport suspension, 18-inch wheels and exclusive exterior styling and interior features, the new Ralliart model spearheads the restyled Galant midsize sedan line for 2007. The new Galant models arrive in Mitsubishi dealerships this summer.

The revised styling of all 2007 Galant models is highlighted by a sophisticated new front-end treatment. Interior design and materials have been enhanced, and ride and handling have been refined to provide greater comfort and a more engaging driving experience. Standard side curtain air bags have been added to the comprehensive safety package, which also includes advanced front air bags with occupant sensors and front seat-mounted side-impact air bags.

"The 2007 Galant Ralliart makes a resounding statement about Mitsubishi's "Driven to Thrill" performance and design with its a bold, modern, and a uniquely Mitsubishi interpretation of what a midsize performance sedan should be," said Dave Schembri, executive vice president for sales and marketing for Mitsubishi Motors North America. "The Galant Ralliart shows the direction that we're taking both the Galant -- and the brand."

Capable of accelerating from zero-to-60 mph in about seven seconds, the 2007 Galant Ralliart will challenge some of the best sport sedans while delivering renowned Mitsubishi value.

Mitsubishi L200 Club Cab (2007)


Mitsubishi L200 Club Cab

L200 belongs to the line of authentic 4x4s that established the Mitsubishi Motors name in Europe. It is no surprise then that it owes much of its design inspiration to the most stunning of all, the 2002 Pajero Evo 2+2 concept / Pajero Evolution racer.

Typical of Mitsubishi Motors design strategy, this approach already gave birth to New Colt (from the 2001 CZ2 concept), to Grandis (from both the 2001 CZ3 Tarmac and Space Liner concepts) or to "i" (from the 2003 "i" concept), as it will lead to an all-new 2007 C-segment sedan (from the 2005 Concept-Sportback).

Highly acclaimed both at motor shows and in the desert, Pajero Evo remains a powerfully, coherent and honest design statement. As such, it provides the new L200 with a long-lasting and genuine identity, true to its roots and devoid of any design trick.

L200´s nearly identical sharp lines, Mitsubishi "Mount Fuji" grille and firm stance remains clearly visible, but adapted to production, regulations and real-life driving conditions. Such is the reason for a more rounded edge of the bonnet in order to provide L200´s driver with an unobstructed view of the road. It also contributes to L200´s lowest Cd in its segment (0.46 to 0.51 according to versions, vs. 0.58 for the current L200) for lower fuel consumption and lower wind noise level.

With 30% of current L200 owners mentioning design as their first reason for purchase, MMC designers also approached the pickup concept with fresh eyes. Even more than with the outgoing truck, they turned the bed into a bold styling feature, fully integrated in the overall design theme - instead of a mere box - through a dramatic body/bed split line, matching the curved window line.

Mitsubishi L200 Double Cab (2007)


Mitsubishi L200 Double Cab

L200 belongs to the line of authentic 4x4s that established the Mitsubishi Motors name in Europe. It is no surprise then that it owes much of its design inspiration to the most stunning of all, the 2002 Pajero Evo 2+2 concept / Pajero Evolution racer.

Typical of Mitsubishi Motors design strategy, this approach already gave birth to New Colt (from the 2001 CZ2 concept), to Grandis (from both the 2001 CZ3 Tarmac and Space Liner concepts) or to "i" (from the 2003 "i" concept), as it will lead to an all-new 2007 C-segment sedan (from the 2005 Concept-Sportback).

Highly acclaimed both at motor shows and in the desert, Pajero Evo remains a powerfully, coherent and honest design statement. As such, it provides the new L200 with a long-lasting and genuine identity, true to its roots and devoid of any design trick.

L200´s nearly identical sharp lines, Mitsubishi "Mount Fuji" grille and firm stance remains clearly visible, but adapted to production, regulations and real-life driving conditions. Such is the reason for a more rounded edge of the bonnet in order to provide L200´s driver with an unobstructed view of the road. It also contributes to L200´s lowest Cd in its segment (0.46 to 0.51 according to versions, vs. 0.58 for the current L200) for lower fuel consumption and lower wind noise level.

With 30% of current L200 owners mentioning design as their first reason for purchase, MMC designers also approached the pickup concept with fresh eyes. Even more than with the outgoing truck, they turned the bed into a bold styling feature, fully integrated in the overall design theme - instead of a mere box - through a dramatic body/bed split line, matching the curved window line.

Mitsubishi L200 Single Cab (2007)


Mitsubishi L200 Single Cab

L200 belongs to the line of authentic 4x4s that established the Mitsubishi Motors name in Europe. It is no surprise then that it owes much of its design inspiration to the most stunning of all, the 2002 Pajero Evo 2+2 concept / Pajero Evolution racer.

Typical of Mitsubishi Motors design strategy, this approach already gave birth to New Colt (from the 2001 CZ2 concept), to Grandis (from both the 2001 CZ3 Tarmac and Space Liner concepts) or to "i" (from the 2003 "i" concept), as it will lead to an all-new 2007 C-segment sedan (from the 2005 Concept-Sportback).

Highly acclaimed both at motor shows and in the desert, Pajero Evo remains a powerfully, coherent and honest design statement. As such, it provides the new L200 with a long-lasting and genuine identity, true to its roots and devoid of any design trick.

L200´s nearly identical sharp lines, Mitsubishi "Mount Fuji" grille and firm stance remains clearly visible, but adapted to production, regulations and real-life driving conditions. Such is the reason for a more rounded edge of the bonnet in order to provide L200´s driver with an unobstructed view of the road. It also contributes to L200´s lowest Cd in its segment (0.46 to 0.51 according to versions, vs. 0.58 for the current L200) for lower fuel consumption and lower wind noise level.

With 30% of current L200 owners mentioning design as their first reason for purchase, MMC designers also approached the pickup concept with fresh eyes. Even more than with the outgoing truck, they turned the bed into a bold styling feature, fully integrated in the overall design theme - instead of a mere box - through a dramatic body/bed split line, matching the curved window line.