Although the Lancer is dead in almost regions, its market share in Asia still remains. Recently, the new version of Mitsubishi Grand Lancer has been introduced in Taiwan at the price ranging from ₱ 1,100,000.
The new Mitsubishi variant is based on a heavily reworked platform of the outgoing generation Lancer. However, it has been refreshed with the latest “Dynamic Shield” front grille design and several noticeable changes.
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The new Mitsubishi variant has been refreshed with the latest “Dynamic Shield” front grille design
At the rear, the Grand Lancer is furnished with a set of uniquely-shaped taillights, reverse lights and even a single rear rain/fog light. Moreover, new two-tone 18-inch alloy wheels have also been added to bring this new variant a sporty appearance.
Aside from the exterior, the cabin has a fresh layout with the dashboard made from premium materials, an optional digital instrument cluster and an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system.
In terms of power, it is likely that the drivers only have the option of a 1.8-liter engine delivering 138 hp and 175Nm. In particular, the Mitsubishi Grand Lancer has no manual transmission since it’s paired to a CVT-type automatic transmission.
As planned, the Mitsubishi Grand Lancer will be only available in some selected Asian markets and just made its debut in the Chinese and Taiwanese market. Latest updates on upcoming Mitsubishi cars can be found in our Complete guide to the Mitsubishi Philippines' model lineup.
Here are some real images of the Mitsubishi Grand Lancer in Asia:
Know more about Mitsubishi Lancer
The Mitsubishi Lancer is a Japanese produced, compact car that was created in 1973. More than 6 million units were sold between 1973 during its production until 2008. Before it reached its present model, it went through 9 generations. The Lancer production halted in August 2017.