Automotive alliances between different manufacturers today are becoming increasingly popular. Brand share among themselves their experience and resources to make the production car is less expensive.
Cooperation between different automakers today, not only gives the market brand new models, but also allows you to back-to-life automotive “classics”. So, foreign the portal motor1.com referring to the colleagues from CarsGuide, wrote that the Nissan Patrol can share a platform with Mitsubishi, which will help to significantly upgrade the full-size Japanese SUV of new generation. By the way, currently, these two SUVs earn good money in countries such as Australia. Here is the same Pajero, despite the official reduction, remains popular and is clearly not going to surrender their positions.
In turn, the Director of the Australian Mitsubishi John Signorello said that the plan for the development of car exists, but many of its details are still confidential.
“You never know what can bring new cooperation. That’s the beauty of sharing products and platforms within the Alliance”, – summarized John Signorello.
Recall that back in 2007 former CEO of Mitsubishi Trevor Mann as the most probable partner of the brand for a new generation of the Pajero called the Nissan Patrol.