Today the world got to know the jet that’s critical to Japan’s indigenous fighter design future. Until now, photos have been far from detailed and only showed limited angles. With today’s official unveiling, the world has a clearer view of what to expect from the X-2.
After the MV Baltic Ace collided with a container ship in 2012 on its way from Belgium to Finland, in just 15 minutes the world lost 11 sailors, 1,417 Mitsubishis and an almost brand new ship—only to end up with the additional problem of cleaning up the seabed without spilling too much oil into the North Sea.
An amusingly modified Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution cools off with its hood up as the Spec Miata field grids up in the background.
While it’s true that I’m not much of a video gamer, I have clearly found the classic Super Famicom (Super NES) game for me: Kat’s Run Zen-Nippon K Car Senshuken. Not only is it named after me, and involves kei cars I want and/or have owned, but it even has a joke from my favorite anime in the opening segment!
Three-time Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton happens to be known in facial hair circles for his chinstrap. He’s also very quick. The Mitsubishi Mirage gets more power and a big honkin’ chinstrap across the front in its 2017 refresh. Coincidence? I think not. Clearly, this car must go on a race track.
[I don’t know why I like this picture of the 1980s Mitsubishi Space Wagon so much, but I do. Photo: Mitsubishi]
Yes, I put a frowny face emoticon in the headline. I apologize for nothing. I am deeply saddened by the current state of Mitsubishi in the U.S. market, as well as the fact that the legendary Lancer Evolution X has no successor in sight, despite wild reports to the contrary over the years. For those of you who would…
Mitsubishi Evo’s are real monsters, but only as long as you treat them well, as Regular Car Reviews found out somewhere above 4,000 rpm.
The ninth-generation Mitsubishi Galant wasn’t anything to write home about, yet the company had to keep it on the market all the way from 2004 to 2012. The mid-size Mitsubishi got canned without a successor, which is a shame mostly because their 2007 ZT was a quite promising concept.
I’ve been wanting to do some really lopsided comparison tests — something along the lines of a Lamborghini Aventador vs. a Mitsubishi Mirage. I didn’t quite get that, but I did manage something marginally more useful: what does an extra $15,000 get you between two family-hauling crossovers?
If you’re an automotive reporter or enthusiast, your gut is telling you that Mitsubishi is doomed and nearly every sign seems to confirm this. The reality is that Mitsubishi is too successful in the United States to kill. Let me repeat: Mitsubishi is too successful to kill.
Citing news reports in Japan, Automotive News says Mitsubishi is set to stop building cars in the U.S. soon. The company, which sells far fewer cars in the U.S. than their 1990s and early 2000s heyday, will reportedly close the Normal, Ill. plant they opened with then-partner Chrysler in 1988.
Welcome to The Drift where Jalopnik East rounds up the highlights from all around the Pacific Rim. In today’s headlines, Toyota recalls 625,000 Prius Hybrids because of a potential software error and its union negotiates for a better family allowance, while Mitsubishi takes over a Ford plant in the Philippines.
Welcome to The Drift where Jalopnik East rounds up the highlights from all around the Pacific Rim. In today’s headlines, Toyota reveals the new 86 GT “Yellow Limited,” Chinese automakers find that international markets no longer want their cars, and Mitsubishi teases another vehicle America won’t get anytime soon.
Welcome to The Drift where Jalopnik East rounds up the highlights from all around the Pacific Rim. In today’s headlines, Hyundai Motor Group’s Aslan completely bombs in its home market, Honda and Mitsubishi both add to recall totals within Japan, and Mitsubishi’s headquarters makes changes to help its employees reach…
Sometime it’s not just about what a car is, it’s what it represents. Even just sitting there, machines project the potential for speed, for escape, for the journey. The Delica? Your ultimate adventure vehicle.
The common refrain among folks that follow the auto industry is “There are no bad cars.” While practically every new car serves its purpose as safe transportation, some cars are clearly better than others. This leads to the question... How cheap does a mediocre car have to be before you would consider it?
All of the great homologation specials — the BMW E30 M3, the Lancia Delta Integrale, the Plymouth Superbird — have all been discovered and cost more and more every year. Except for one. This is the Mitsubishi Pajero Evolution, and you will be amazed at its reputation just as much as its shockingly low price.
On Friday, one of the top executives for Mitsubishi Motors Australia Ltd, the subsidiary of Japan based parent company Mitsubishi Motors Corporation, died suddenly under unclear circumstances. Now it has come to light that the executive, Greg Cook, had been interviewed in relation to potential incentive fraud at a…
[This is the Mitsubishi Concept-RA. I repeat — this is a Mitsubishi. A Mitsubishi! Photo: Mitsubishi]