Mitsubishi Motors Corporation has reportedly unveiled the first look of its redesigned Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross, forming the next step in the company’s dedication towards the delivery of a showroom equipped with extensively redesigned and new vehicles in the U.S. by the second quarter of 2021. This commitment towards the fully refreshed showroom lineup has been lately announced by MMC’s North American subsidiary, Mitsubishi Motors North America, Inc.
According to Seiji Watanabe, the Division General Manager of Design at Mitsubishi Motors Corporation, the new design has been inspired from the MITSUBISHI e-EVOLUTION CONCEPT that emphasizes on the dynamics and strength of the company’s SUV heritage, while improving the elegance and cleanliness of a coupe-like SUV. Watanabe has further stated that the Eclipse Cross is the company’s first step toward the next generation of Mitsubishi’s Design.
MMC has stated that a complete revealing of the reimagined Eclipse Cross will demonstrate the details of the design, adding that the vehicle will be available in showrooms across the U.S. during the first quarter of 2021. The Eclipse Cross was rolled out globally in 2017 and effectively represents a compact crossover SUV that merges a coupe-like style with SUV capacities. Further, the revived model has radically transformed the rear and front design, thereby bringing ahead a more energetic and upscale design for complementing the sleek SUV styling.
Yoichi Yokozawa, the President and CEO of Mitsubishi Motors North America, has stated that as the new generation of MMC’s vehicles has been released, the company is thrilled to witness its future as a leader in leading-edge, high-quality, and top-value technology. He has further highlighted that the company is committed to its dealer partners and clients in North America and to furnishing a completely upgraded showroom of vehicles. The company has revealed the first look of its future design language via the first look of its redesigned Eclipse Cross and believes that the production-level images of the vehicle will be absolutely worth the wait, added Yokozawa.