Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (MMC) has decided to name its all-new compact crossover the Mitsubishi RVR. This all-new compact crossover is planned for sequential release globally, and will be first released in Japan in the spring of 2010.
The all-new Mitsubishi RVR is a compact crossover that provides high environmental efficiency and has a compact body while providing ample utility space and high performance.
The Mitsubishi RVR will be fitted with an all-new 1.8L MIVEC petrol engine, and will be approximately 4.3 meters in length, featuring high fuel efficiency via its lightweight compact body. With the Mitsubishi RVR, MMC expands its crossover lineup, which already includes the full-size Pajero, and the mid-size Outlander.
This new compact crossover will be released globally, including North America, Europe, and Asian regions including China.
About a month ago, Mitsubishi Motors announced plans to introduce a whole new compact crossover, which now has a name – Mitsubishi RVR. According to the timetable for Mitsubishi, RVR compact crossover will arrive in Japan first, and then will be released in global markets including North America, Europe and Asia regions.
Inspired by the Concept-CX 2007 Car Show, all new RVR offer customers a combination of space, performance and environmental efficiency. Mitsubishi RVR with the support of all new 1.8-liter MIVEC engine fuel, and will be approximately 4.3 meters long, with high fuel efficiency through a compact and lightweight.
The newcomers will expand the intersection of Mitsubishi Motors Corporation, which already includes the average size of Montero and Outlander.