2012 Mitsubishi Mirage.
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Mitsubishi Motors Corporation will have the world premiere of the Mitsubishi Mirage and will be showing a total of 15 vehicles at the 42nd Tokyo Motor Show, held at the Tokyo Big Sight convention center in Tokyo from November 30 through December 11, 2011.
The Mirage compact car embodies the global model strategy.
The Mirage’s (2) design focused on compactness, affordability, and high fuel efficiency in order to fit the needs of emerging markets as an affordable entry-level model as well as needs of advanced markets for fuel efficiency and low-CO2 emission. In addition, the Mirage features good maneuverability and easy drivability inherent to a compact car while also providing a comfortable interior space for five adults.
2: Stems from the English word “mirage.” The name was first used for the Mirage series developed for resource/energy/space-saving and high-performance in a compact package which debuted in Japan in March 1978. The new Mirage concept inherits the essence of that first series: cleverly getting the most performance and function out of a limited space.
MMC has targeted top-of-class fuel efficiency (Japan market version) of 30km per liter through a variety of measures including painstaking reduction in weight throughout almost every part of the car, reduction in rolling resistance and higher efficiency through detailed improvements to the engine, transmission, brakes and tires, and an aerodynamic body that reduces air resistance and drag. The new Mirage is due to go on sale first in Thailand in March 2012.
Mirage specifications (Japan market version)
• Overall length: 3710 mm
• Overall width: 1665 mm
• Overall height: 1490 mm
• Occupants: 5
• Engine: 1.0L 3-cylinder MIVEC with Auto Stop & Go (AS&G)
• Transmission: CVT
• Target fuel efficiency: 30 km/L
• Drivetrain: 2WD
• Tires: 165/65R14
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