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Sunday, January 30, 2022

The Mitsubishi Vision Ralliart Concept appearence at the Tokyo Auto Salon 2022

Finally Mitsubishi Motors Corp. has officially released the Mitsubishi Vision Ralliart Concept, on Tuesday, January 11, 2022. The concept car comes in a very unique form because it's almost similar to the Mitsubishi Xpander design.
The Mitsubishi Vision Ralliart Concept is intended to embody Mitsubishi Motors' vision for a new Ralliart for the Monozukuri (product build quality) challenge. (Picture from: Car-Moby.jp)
Interestingly, the Mitsubishi Vision Ralliart Concept actually appears in contrast to other previous legendary Mitsubishi Ralliart cars that are present in the form of a sedan. In this time the Mitsubishi Ralliart concept offered by the Japanese car company is present in the form of an SUV.

"The Vision Ralliart Concept embodies Mitsubishi Motors' vision for the new Ralliart and incorporates the company's powerful design capabilities," Mitsubishi said in a statement.
Mitsubishi Motors "Vision Ralliart Concept" is seen displayed during the "Tokyo Auto Salon 2022" at Makuhari messe in Chiba-Prefecture, Japan on Saturday, January 15, 2022. (Picture from: UPI)
The Tokyo-based automotive company claims the Mitsubishi Vision Ralliart Concept does not only rely on a sporty and premium appearance but also provides high-level comfortable. So the car can be used in various road and weather conditions.
The shape of the front and rear bumpers of the Mitsubishi Motors "Vision Ralliart Concept" are are thick with the appearance of a rally vehicle, this is further strengthened by the wider over fender design. (Picture from: Archyde)
The Mitsubishi Vision Ralliart Concept car is intended to embody Mitsubishi Motors' vision for a new Ralliart for the Monozukuri (product build quality) challenge. How not with an exterior appearance of the Outlander, this concept car presents a firm and sturdy appearance.
The rear bumper shape of the Mitsubishi Vision Ralliart Concept with a sporty diffuser minus exhaust pipes and decorated with the Ralliart logo. (Picture from: Carmudi)
Coupled with the shape of the front and rear bumpers that are thick with the appearance of a rally vehicle, this is further strengthened by the wider over fender design, thus further strengthening the feel of the Ralliart itself with a front grille with radiator cover and a large rear diffuser reminiscent of the characteristics of a racing car.

To support the thick appearance of the Vision Ralliart Concept as a racing car. Its character is reinforced by the 22-inches sized black wheels and wide tires. To support better performance, large brake discs and opposite piston 6-pot brake calipers are installed on the Vision Ralliart Concept which makes the SUV more confident to go fast and through any corners.

Unfortunately, Mitsubishi did not divulge the technical specifications of the car's mechanical heart. No information was given whether the race car will use a conventional engine, an engine with turbo induction, a hybrid or even an electric motor. No clue at all.

Mitsubishi only provides detailed information about the external appearance which is very intimidating. According to them, Mitsubishi Vision Ralliart Concept is equipped with 22-inch large diameter wheels and tires. In addition there are large brake discs and 6-pot piston brake calipers. From that perspective, it seems that the concept car does have a lot of power.

Mitsubishi then presented the car in full form at the 2022 Tokyo Auto Salon, where the concept car was accompanied by two other cars that adopted Ralliart's signature design, the Mitsubishi Outlander Ralliart and the Mitsubishi Eclipse Ralliart.
As stated by the company's previous official release, that at the Tokyo Auto Salon 2022, the Tokyo-based automotive company brought seven cars. In addition to the three cars above, the other cars on display were the Mitsubishi Delica D:5 ToughxTough, Mitsubishi Outlander Wild Adventure Style, Mitsubishi K-EV Concept X Style and Mitsubishi Minicab-MiEV B-Leisure Style. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | MITSUBISHI | UPI ]
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