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New 2023 Mitsubishi Lancer Concept – Mitsubishi Lancer is one of the best variants of Mitsubishi, very popular because it has a performance that can be tested to plug the fast gas. Because of its performance, this car is often used for car racing. With some other sedan competitors such as the civic or Nissan.
The first generation Mitsubishi Lancer was launched in 1973. However, Mitsubishi Lancer began to be known since the second generation was born which is also widely dubbed as Lancer SL. Since then, the Lancer has been famous for being used in various racing events. However, the Lancer is no longer produced by Mitsubishi, following the release of the Lancer Final Edition.
When Mitsubishi said it would stop at the Lancer, we admit, it left a bitter taste. The automaker decided in 2017 to focus on crossover and SUV models and not even plan a replacement, essentially giving up on its sedan legacy. Sure, you can still order the Mirage G4 2021 sedan, but it’s not critically acclaimed signage.
After the target of 2,500 units of mass-production Lancer Evolution was met, the work of Lancer Evolution began. At that time many assumptions from car manufacturers, where if mass production cars will sell well if successful in the race. To make the Lancer Evolution competitive, Mitsubishi Motors used a lightweight and compact Lancer body that was formulated using a turbocharged 4G63T engine derived from the Galant VR-4. Combined with proven full-time 4WD drive in the sixth generation Galant VR-4.
2023 Mitsubishi Lancer Redesign
This is a Mitsubishi Lancer 2023 hypothesis featuring a unique design. That’s very rare if you think about it. Most renderings today are based on existing designs, whereas these ones are original from the start. Even the grid is completely different from the one you found on, say, the all-new Outlander 2022, but it’s better if we let Mr. Gonzales explain how this Lancer appeared.
2023 Mitsubishi Lancer Exterior
Upfront, there is my own interpretation of the Mitsubishi dynamic shield design language. Chrome accents continue through the headlight cluster as DRL LEDs. The grid pattern is inspired by industrial crushing machines, featuring alternating vertical pillars that form concave silhouettes when viewed from the side,” says the independent designer.” Around the sides is a sharp, inward-jutting line of character that emphasizes the car’s wider shoulders. The back also features a concave shape similar to my previous Lancer. On the back, there is a rear light connected with a horizontal light module that gives the car a wider view.