Mitsubishi Concept G4 happening this week in Shanghai Auto Show, where it will preview the Japanese manufacturer of next generation compact sedan.
Shanghai Show is the first time the concept appears outside the domestic Thai market for a low-key unveiling in Bangkok, highlighting the global nature of future production car.
2014 Mitsubishi Mirage concept (“global sedan) will be built along the Mitsubishi Mirage hatchback in Thailand and is sold around the world, dual city-car partnerships to compete with the likes of fellow Japan-based automakers Honda (Jazz and the City) and Nissan ( Micra and Almera).
The production model is set to be unveiled later this year, and although it is not confirmed at this stage in our market, says Mitsubishi Australia will introduce a new 2014 Mitsubishi Mirage, if it’s available in the market, which will probably be in 2014 .
Although the blue grille and lamp data is to move from concept to production, G4, or give us a very clear picture of what to expect when it reaches showrooms. Design highlights include a vertical hexagonal grille, large headlights, long wheelbase, which is claimed to offer the most spacious in its class, the dynamics of the lines, which raises the rear.
Mitsubishi says the production 2014 Mitsubishi Mirage is the lightest frame in its class thanks to the use of high strength steel, and seeks to be the fuel efficiency of its three 1.2-liter petrol engine and a continuously variable transmission (CVT), a combination of public Mirage.