Mitsubishi plans SUV future with new alliance

Mitsubishi plans SUV future with new alliance

Mitsubishi’s e-Evolution concept car highlights the future design direction for the company

The last few years have been chequered ones in Mitsubishi’s history, and not in the motorsport sense of the word.

The 2016 fuel economy irregularity scandal in its home market resulted in company president Tetsuro Aikawa apologising on national television before resigning.

This apparent crisis would prove to be a catalyst in Nissan buying a controlling stake in Mitsubishi Motors, making it part of the Renault Nissan Alliance, now one of the largest automotive groups...

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