New Mitsubishi RVR revealed

New Mitsubishi RVR revealed

Mitsubishi RVR 2010 fq1

The first round of images and details of Mitsubishi’s upcoming compact SUV have just been revealed. Named the RVR, Mitsubishi will launch the new model next year.

Based on Mitsubishi’s 2007 cX concept and previewed in recent official sketches and spy photos, the 2010 RVR is built on the same mid-size platform as the Lancer.

Measuring 4.3 metres long, the new RVR is around 365mm shorter than the mid-size Outlander SUV, that’s been recently updated (read news).

The RVR will be powered by an all-new 1.8 litre MIVEC petrol engine. No word yet on a diesel variant.

This new RVR will be the third Mitsubishi to use the nameplate with the previous two models being built between 1991 and 2002.

Specific technical, pricing and launch details are still to come. Until then, check out the official images in the gallery below.

Mitsubishi RVR 2010 fq1

The first round of images and details of Mitsubishi’s upcoming compact SUV have just been revealed. Named the RVR, Mitsubishi will launch the new model next year.

Based on Mitsubishi’s 2007 cX concept and previewed in recent official sketches and spy photos, the 2010 RVR is built on the same mid-size platform as the Lancer.

Measuring 4.3 metres long, the new RVR is around 365mm shorter than the mid-size Outlander SUV, that’s been recently updated (read news).

The RVR will be powered by an all-new 1.8 litre MIVEC petrol engine. No word yet on a diesel variant.

This new RVR will be the third Mitsubishi to use the nameplate with the previous two models being built between 1991 and 2002.

Specific technical, pricing and launch details are still to come. Until then, check out the official images in the gallery below.

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