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Mitsubishi shows sketches of new Global Small Car

By SYF77 on 16 Dec 2010

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A new small car will soon join the ranks of Mitsubish's passenger car lineup.

Teased in these renderings for the first time, the global small vehicle will be produced in a new factory currently being built in Thailand and will go on sale at the end of next year. The subcompact hatch will make use of a new platform and will be offered with 1.0-1.2-liter engines. Mitsubishi said that the "global small" car will be positioned as an entry-level model in MMC's model lineup. The plans are to export the vehicle from Thailand to markets worldwide although the Japanese automaker did not reveal any details about country-specific availability.

The production version of the low-cost city car will most likely be revealed at the upcoming Geneva Salon in March 2011.

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Written by SYF77
I have been a car fanatic since 1989, when my father was changing our family car then to a Toyota Corolla 1.6 GL fitted with a Twin Cam 16 valve engine that was carburetor-fed, a big deal back in those days. The automobile technology and industry fascinates me and I hope to broadcast these interesting developments to everyone out there through this blog.

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