Mitsubishi Vision Ralliart Concept revealed at Tokyo Auto Salon
Mitsubishi arrived in 2022 Tokyo Auto Shop with a wide range of vehicles, but nothing more exciting Vision Ralliart Concept. We have fond memories of name Ralliart on models Mitsubishi sold many years ago, this gives us a glimmer of hope that the return of the sub-brand may once again bring we a mitsubishi to get excited as enthusiasts. Ralliart’s Initial Profits in Ideas and New Forms Outlander.
Mitsubishi is using Outlander PHEV is the basis of the concept, but nothing seems to have been done to the powertrain to make it any more powerful than any standard car. However, Mitsu attended it elsewhere. Ralliart concept gets big brake rotor and six-piston brake calipers for increased stopping power. It also features suspension changes. Mitsubishi doesn’t say exactly what it’s changed to other than specifying that comfort is “further improved”, though. Finally, Mitsubishi has fitted 22-inch wheels with larger tires to enhance cornering ability.
In terms of looks, the Vision Ralliart Concept features unique front and rear bumpers, wider front and rear fenders, a new front grille and a large rear diffuser. Mitsubishi says that the vehicle “embodies Mitsubishi Motors’ vision of the new Ralliart and brings together the company’s engineering and passion for Monozukuri (craft) challenges.”
How all of the above can translate into a production Outlander Ralliart model remains to be determined and it remains unclear if we’ll ever see such a thing in the US.
In addition to that concept, we also consider an alien Ralliart style and an Eclipse cross Ralliart style. Both of these cars are full of red, white and black stickers/accents to give them the bold Ralliart look we’ve come to expect. However, the packages are limited to changes in appearance only. Again, Mitsubishi gives no indication of their final game with these cars.
On the off-road side, there’s the Outlander Wild Adventure Style based on the PHEV. This model uses a range of Mitsubishi accessories that make it a better vehicle for going into the wilderness. It features items such as all-terrain tires, bumper guards, fenders, hood, trailer bar and additional trim around it to give it a sporty/exterior look. God.
If cars are more important than your style, Mitsubishi also revealed the K-EV Concept X Style in Tokyo. It is meant to preview a new generation of electric kei in Japan. Mitsubishi pays attention to details, but they make it clear that this particular kei is meant to be like an SUV. It has a raised ride height, X-shaped logos and a meaningful bronze roof reminiscent of an electric car’s engine rpm.
The last two are the Delica D: 5 Tough x Tough and the Minicab MiEV B-Leisure Style. Mitsubishi has equipped this Delica with a series of after-sales and Ralliart parts for better off-road performance. It even has a roof and rooftop tent to ensure you have a place to sleep when you arrive.
For Minicab, this kei car means an electric one Commercial vehicle It can also be used as a personal vehicle. It has a “MiEV Power Box” that can use power from the drive the battery to power electronics at work, but don’t expect ProPower Onboard power here. Mitsubishi says you can plug in an electric kettle, a coffee maker and a laptop, which is just fine for light work. And for personal use, it comes equipped with a car awning, a camping table and a folding cot that can be used while traveling.