Spotted in the wild. It was wearing California distributors plates as well. As a Mitsubishi owner for the last 17 years (I know, that’s crazy), I’m not thrilled. I guess that rear light bar is supposed to mimic the second gen Eclipises wing?
Mitsubishi AR concept (c2013)
It looks average, maybe even kind of meh in photographs. But don’t let that un-photogenic nature deceive you. In person it’s totally different.
I know I do. It has a 2.0l V6. Repeat: TWO-POINT-OH-LITER VEE-SIX. And it makes 197 horsepower. FWD be damned, these are rad cars. 1994 models will be legal in 2019; anyone else considering one?
Mitsubishi S.U.P. (c2001)
This is a Ram 1200 pickup. You can have it with a diesel engine (126hp), 4wd, and four doors. You however, cannot have it in the United States.
That is all.
I’m sure we all know that the 2/3 door SUVs are a rare breed. Once ubiquitous, and they have been nearly wiped out by their 5 door successors. 5 doors are objectively better in every way, a marginal increase in price and economy over 3 doors, for a massive increase in practicality. But smaller is better offroad,…
Mitsubishi Maus (c1995)
lipstick on a pig
It’s the squinting and helmet hair, I’m sure, but I really do feel like I need a big ker-blammo added in the infield behind the Lancer here, haha.
Sometimes, just sometimes, the answer is a train bus.