Mitsubishi is not going to abandon the release of Lancer.
The successor of the family, which consisted of a sedan and a hatchback, will be a crossover. This is reported with the reference to the company's management reports Auto Express. It is assumed that the Lancer will be built on one of the platforms of the alliance Renault-Nissan, which has recently included Mitsubishi.
There are no technical details about the next generation "Lancer" from tom-management yet. It is expected that the model can get a hybrid power plant and a four-wheel drive version. Chief designer of Mitsubishi Motors Tsunehiro Kunimoto noted that stylistically the next-generation Lancer will be similar to the prototype e-Evolution, which debuted in October 2017 at the Tokyo Motor Show.
The concept is equipped with three electric motors, a four-wheel drive system with traction vector control, and an artificial intelligence that will help the driver improve their skills. These innovations will bring many innovations and a popular car and help update the current sales level.