The soon-to-be-opened Tokyo Motor Show was described earlier See the concept of Ralliart In addition, Mitsubishi will offer a number of other models. Proceeding from the slogan “New era, new adventures”, the manufacturer also built an adventure vehicle of three existing types.
Delica D: 5 difficult x difficult
The Delica D:5 is a 4.8m, three row, very square minivan. It is outfitted with an array of Ralliart and aftermarket accessories to give your Mitsubishi uniform a rugged look.
The black mica paint is countered by a matte black grille and wheel arch extensions, exterior mirrors and fog lights in red. They replaced shock absorbers and springs, which increased the ground clearance of the car and made room for the 16-inch wheels on which off-road tires were installed. Appearance and terrain have been improved with front and rear grilles, and the red mudguards are more colorful.
The picture is completed with a roof rack and a roof tent. The car also comes with a reclining cushion that we can put ourselves on the second and third rows of folded seats, so that four people can sleep in the private minibus.
Outlander Wild Adventure . style
the New generation Outlander Its adventurer version was co-produced with Japanese tour brand Ogawa. The glossy black body is protected from damage by abrasive inserts, the sill and engine compartment are protected, and various hiking equipment is placed in the roof-mounted luggage rack.
Minicab-MiEV B-Leisure Method
The youngest member of the trio is the Minicab MiEV, a purely electric microphone that not only looks outdated, but has also been produced in the same form since 2010. The special feature of this model is that it is suitable as a power source for supplying power to external consumers. The green/ivory paintwork goes well with the vintage, the roof rack matches a roof tent (the car shown has a retractable cover only) and the interior includes a work desk for getting your power tools done or comfortably peeling fish at dawn.
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