The Japanese based automaker Mitsubishi has recently released a new brochure with the Attrage, revealing more details on the model.
A new brochure is detailing the Mitsubishi Attrage, which was recently unveiled in its final production form. The new images posted below are showing, for the first time, its interior design. We can also see the large headlights, the rounded and bold taillights, the interior similar to the one on the Mirage hatchback, on which the Attrage is based and some other tweaks. The Mitsubishi Attrage will be produced at the company’s Laem Chabang Industrial Estate assembly facility in Thailand and it should be launched, in the same country, in July.
The Mitsubishi Attrage is actually the final production version of the G4 Concept, and it’s coming with side mirrors with integrated turn signals, with chrome accents, a prominent front grille, small alloy wheels and some other tweaks. The Mitsubishi Attrage has the hard job of attracting more customers into the brand, considering the fact that this is the company’s newest global model. The final production version will receive a 1.2L MIVEC engine, mated to a five-speed manual transmission or to a CVT. More details on the Attrage are limited for the moment.
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