Mitsubishi Reveals Design Of Its Yet-To-Be-Named Yaris Cross Fighter
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Mitsubishi Reveals Design Of Its Yet-To-Be-Named Yaris Cross Fighter

The new, yet-to-be-named Mitsubishi subcompact crossover's design has been revealed ahead of its debut on August 10.

Mitsubishi Motors has finally revealed the production version of the XFC Concept. The good news here is, the Japanese automaker managed to maintain the concept’s sleek and sporty looks. Mitsubishi’s competitor to the Toyota Yaris Cross and Hyundai Creta will make its debut at the Gaikindo Indonesia International Auto Show, where the name of this subcompact SUV will also be revealed.

Mitsubishi Reveals Design Of Its Yet-To-Be-Named Yaris Cross Fighter

Staying true to its “Silky & Solid” design language, the new compact crossover combines chunky yet sleek elements with taut surfaces and large 18-inch wheels. The Dynamic Shield grille has now evolved, featuring a more seamless design with no framing–relying instead on shapes that, together with the T-shaped LED headlights and daytime running lights have resulted in a cleaner aesthetic than ever before. The shape of the grille extends to the lower air intakes, visually combining the two design elements into one.

Mitsubishi Reveals Design Of Its Yet-To-Be-Named Yaris Cross Fighter

The side profile of the new crossover SUV features a clean aesthetic that’s mostly characterized by smooth but bold surfacing that emphasizes the wheel arches. As for the rear, the design of the T-shaped LED headlights are mirrored in the taillights, while the tailgate comes with a clean design. Actually, for the most part, this has to be one of the cleanest designs Mitsubishi has done in a while.

Unfortunately, that’s all that Mitsubishi has revealed for now. The interior has not yet been shown, but what has been announced a few weeks ago is that the interior will feature a premium sound system co-developed with Yamaha. As for powertrain specs, this is also unknown, and all will be revealed at the aforementioned Gaikindo Indonesia International Auto Show on August 10.

What has also been confirmed is its manufacturing origin. Designed primarily for Southeast Asian markets, the new Mitsubishi crossover SUV will be manufactured at the Mitsubishi Motors Krama Yudha Indonesia plant, which is located Bekasi, West Java, with deliveries to start in November 2023.

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