Mitsubishi has plans to update its passenger vehicle line-up for next year. The company will also bring back its Ralliart division to life after a decade long hiatus.
Early this year, Mitsubishi announced its plans to relaunch its Ralliart division. After being off the grid for almost 11 years, Mitsubishi’s Ralliart division will showcase its concept car at the Tokyo Auto Salon 2022, which will be held in Japan.
For now, the brand has just given out a teaser image, which highlights the rear bumper of the concept car. The image mainly focuses on the chunky rear diffuser, which sports the ‘Ralliart’ badge. There is a ‘Formula One’ style brake light neatly integrated into the bumper.
What’s more interesting is that the diffuser does not house an exhaust tip. Does that mean that there is no internal combustion engine in the new Ralliart concept car? Well, we will find out if the upcoming concept is an EV or will it feature a thoroughbred IC engine on January 14, 2022.
The Japanese carmaker is also expected to showcase the 2022 Triton pick-up and the Xpander MPV. It is about time that Mitsubishi gives a glimpse of the all-new generation Pajero SUV, which is likely to make its global appearance by 2023. The new SUV is expected to be based on an all-new platform and will house a new engine as well. Expect the 2023 Mitsubishi Pajero to adopt the hybrid route, if not the all-electric one.