Mitsubishi Colt is a long-standing name in the history of the Japanese brand when it has been used since 1962 for many kei models and small urban cars. This is also the name used for the Mirage, specifically the version exported to international markets between 1978 and 2002.
The last time this name line appeared on the market was for the first generation of the current Mitsubishi Mirage, the Mirage name was only applied when the car was born in 2013.
It is not clear what Mitsubishi’s strategy with the 2 lines of the Colt name is. If Colt is just the name of the international version of Mirage, we can expect the current Mirage to be released at the same time as above, but it is highly likely that this will be a standalone car line below the Mirage and Outlander Sport. new.
The Mitsubishi Colt chassis used will be taken from the CMF-B version of the Renault Clio (also used for the Outlander Sport or the new Nissan Juke) allowing the car to be equipped with a hybrid drive system by default.
The car’s exterior appears in the teaser revealing the new Dynamic Shield radiator interface with LED headlights integrated directly at the top forming the main highlight. The side of the car, meanwhile, is boldly original Renault Clio.
The side and rear of the car can be clearly seen in the teaser very much like the Renault Clio E-Tech 2020.
The EV badge on the side of the car that appears in the teaser shows that the default (in Europe at least) powertrain of the new Mitsubishi Colt is a rechargeable hybrid. If you take the Renault Clio E-Tech as a reference, the engine used is a 1.6L 4-cylinder petrol with 93 hp/148 Nm combined with an electric motor 48 hp/205 Nm, an electric motor. The second operates as a generator and a liquid-cooled 1.2 kWh battery.
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