The Japanese brand is preparing for the premiere of the restyled compact Mirage and Attrage. Your Mitsubishi announcement was accompanied by the teaser models – both received x-shaped design of the front.
Small hatchback Mirage actual generation produced in 2012 (in Europe, “pyatidverka” is called Space Star). A year later, the pipeline got created on its base sedan, up a four-door version sell mostly poorer Asian markets and in the United States. Depending on the country of satanic is named Attrage or Mirage G4. A week ago, the Network has posted spy shots of the facelifted hatch, and now Mitsubishi have released the official teaser, and it shows and “cityradio”. Also, the manufacturer has named the date and place of the premiere of the refreshed family: cars will present in Thailand on November 18.
And hatch, and the sedan has a x-shaped front end, that is, its designed in corporate style Mitsubishi called Dynamic Shield: in both versions is the new grille, bumper and headlights, and chrome trim strips, forming the notorious “x”. Still unknown, did a new bodykit on length. From the pre-reform Mirage, this figure is 3795 mm, the “chetyrehdverki” Attrage/Mirage G4 – 4305 mm. the Wheelbase of both is equal to 2550 mm.
Pictures of the interior yet. However, drastic changes should not count, high – additional materials Yes fresh multimedia system.
The technique is also probably the same: the main engine – petrol three-cylinder “aspirated” MIVEC with a volume of 1.2-liter with 78 horsepower In Europe, the hatch can also be bought with a liter “three” power 71 HP Box – five-speed “mechanics” or variator.
Production of both versions is established on two sites, in Thailand and the Philippines. In the Thai market, the current Mirage hatch will cost at least 467 000 baht ($15 400). The sedan is from 483 000 baht ($16 000). Note, this is a pretty attractive prices for Thailand.
Meanwhile earlier it became known that the Mirage will be the heir: the new-generation model will be built on the platform CMF-B, that is, it intermarry with the latest Renault Clio. However, the timing didn’t sound. The upcoming facelift will probably allow you to retain the current hatch Mitsubishi on the Assembly line for another year or two.