New Mitsubishi Cars Hitting the Roads Beyond 2023: Fresh Faces with Renewed Powertrains

After merging with Renault and Nissan, Mitsubishi has been lingering in the shadows of its larger companions. However, this Japanese brand still has a number of car models that dominate their respective classes by delivering a desirable combination of reliability, affordability and capability. In 2023 we should not expect a total reinvention of Mitsu’s lineup, but a worthy bunch of new makes are still coming. In this video we will cover all of them and will also throw in a couple of exciting concepts that preview the future of the Three-Diamond brand.

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#1 2023 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV

Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV arrives to the US market as a 2023 model, offering 248 horses, a rear-wheel drive-biased AWD system, and 38 miles of electric driving.

#2 2023 Mitsubishi XFC Concept

Mitsubishi XFC Concept previews the brand’s future standalone model that will arrive to the A-S-E-A-N markets in 2023.

#3 2023 Mitsubishi ASX

The Mitsu ASX also known as RVR or Outlander Sport, has been one of the core models in Europe since 2010. Its next generation will be based on the Reno-Nissan-Mitsubishi CMF-B platform and will be exclusively manufactured in Spain.

#4 2023 Mitsubishi Triton AXCR

The Triton also known as L200 is a staple pickup truck of the Asian and Pacific markets that has proven its worth across five generations. Nevertheless, Mitsu prefers to hone its capabilities via constant participation in demanding rally competitions.

#5 2023 Mitsubishi Delica Mini

Mitsubishi Delica Mini is a kei-car sized micro van with ruggedized SUV design and camping potential.

#6 2023 eK X EV

eK X EV shares specs with Nissan Sakura, but offers a different exterior. Its front-end design is largely derived from the non-electric eK X launched back in 2019.

#7 2023 FUSO eCanter

2023 FUSO eCanter adopts a more compact drivetrain construction, dubbed eAxle, where the motor is integrated into the rear axle.

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