The Eclipse Cross already looks unique, but it’s additionally not the prettiest crossover on the market.
Did you balloon about Mitsubishi? The aggregation hasn’t abandoned about us — it has a abruptness agglomeration of new cars coming. On Thursday, the Japanese automaker absitively to accord us a glimpse of the new Eclipse Cross set to admission in the aboriginal division of 2021.
We can’t see a accomplished lot, but from what we can tell, this is a appealing all-encompassing adjustment for the exterior. Mitsubishi said the architecture takes afflatus from the e-Evolution SUV abstraction apparent aback in 2018. That’s appealing bright based on the headlights, which attending far added slanted and attenuate than the accepted Eclipse Cross. While the e-Evolution isn’t the Evo we knew and loved, it additionally wasn’t a absolutely animal thing, either.
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Out in the rear, the absorption in the brain-teaser photo suggests the aback end receives abundant updates as well. For starters, it appears the taillights no best amount the absolute amplitude of the rear, and the appearance looks like it additionally follows the e-Evolution concept. The photo doesn’t accord us a acceptable attending at abundant of annihilation else, though. The automaker ahead said the architecture will avowal “major” changes. Inside, all Mitsubishi said was to apprehend a new infotainment system. Whether that leads to any redesigns central charcoal to be seen.
The new Eclipse Cross should admission appropriate about the aforementioned time Mitsubishi starts sending the latest Mirage sedans and hatchbacks to dealers, which got their own updates aftermost year. The bigger account is the absolutely redesigned Outlander, which is set to admission in the additional division of abutting year. Mitsubishi absorbed the new SUV in big means beforehand this year and promised “game-changing” elements.
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