As seen in an article by GoAuto, Mitsubishi's COO Trevor Mann, explained that they’re not saying ‘yes’ or ‘no’ to anything and have “some ideas in the pipeline”.
“Obviously, as a brand, you need entry models, you need to ideally bring somebody into your brand and then walk through the brand as their lifestyle changes, be it financial or family-driven”, Mann said.
The article then went on to say the Mirage's successor is now being worked on and will be likely on the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi AllianceCMF-B plaform that will underpin the upcoming Renault Clio, Captur and Nissan Juke.
As for the Lancer which Singaporeans love, Mann said that it might be on the CMF-C platform which the current Scenic and Qashqai is using.
Mitsubishi's Corporate Vice President of Product Strategy, Vincent Cobee further emphasize the fact by commenting that, “I know all of you guys write about the growth and emergence of SUVs, and it’s correct, it’s 35-37% of the total market today, and it’s still growing. But that doesn’t eradicate the fact that there will be 40-50 million cars that will be traditional passenger cars.”