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Vision Ralliart concept takes shape as sporty Outlander

Mitsubishi Motors teases more of its Vision Ralliart concept ahead of Tokyo show

12 Jan 2022

MITSUBISHI Motors Corporation (MMC) has given us our best look yet at its upcoming Vision Ralliart concept; as expected, the model is a sporty version of the Outlander medium SUV.


MMC says it will unveil the car fully at the Tokyo Auto Salon under the theme of “The Next Era, The Next Adventure” and says the Vision Ralliart concept embodies its vision for the new Ralliart brand, while simultaneously bringing together its passion for engineering and craftsmanship.


The concept model “expresses the possibilities of the new Ralliart”, says MMC, courtesy of its increased acceleration, handling, and braking performance in all weather conditions.


The plug-in hybrid model features higher motor output than its derivative along with “sportier four-wheel control tuning and enhanced battery capacity”. The Vision Ralliart concept rides on a widened track and is fitted with 22-inch alloy wheels, larger-diameter brake rotors and six-piston brake calipers. 


Designers of the Vision Ralliart concept say the Outlander-based model is styled to present a premium and muscular look with bolder front and rear bumpers and wider wheel-arch extensions. The front grille features a radiator shutter to improve aerodynamic flow at higher speeds, while the rear diffuser “emphasises the sportiness of the model”, MMC says.


The concept model is finished in a matte black colour scheme that shows “blue highlights when hit by light”, creating what its maker says is a high-quality feel.


MMC stresses that the Vision Ralliart concept is just that – a concept model, but asserts that customer feedback on the model “will be used in the future development of Mitsubishi vehicles”.


“The Ralliart concept car brings together Mitsubishi Motors’ engineering and passion for Monozukuri challenges (craftsmanship). With a premium-feel and a strong sense of presence, the styling expresses the company’s vision for the new Ralliart,” MMC said in an earlier statement.


 The Tokyo Auto Salon is open to the press on January 14 and the public on January 15 and 16.

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