2018 Mitsubishi ASX
After being introduced at the Tokyo Motor Show in 2013 as the car concept, the all-new 2018 Mitsubishi ASX finally assigns the coming to the auto global. The ASX version (a.k.a. RVR in Japan) was first released to the market in 1991 and time to time the car’s popularity has growth quite significant up to now. Possessing the aggressive design as well as the powerful performance has made up the compact SUV one of the best option in the compact SUV segment. The SUV big fans are expecting that the future ASX car could be as competitive to beat its competitors from Ford EcoSport, Honda HR-V, Nissan Juke and Suzuki Vitara.
The 2018 Mitsubishi ASX body platform will be built up on the lightweight material to help improving the speed performance and fuel efficiency. The outer design will have a slimmer piece than the forerunner. In the front end, we might see the revised bumper and grille supplemented with the new semiconductor diode technology for the lighting system. Moving to the upfront, the automaker has provided more air cooling through the more stretched air intakes. Refurbishments on the rear lights, better suspension and also larger might be still in a progress.
Speaking about the interior, it does feel the elegance and comfortable touches will be offered. The car seats will be upholstered with the best quality materials and updated with the newest heating technology. Some high technological equipment such as climate control, Bluetooth connectivity, USB ports, Wi-Fi hotspot wireless and satellite navigation system are going to be installed. To provide both infotainment and security systems, there are going to be a new LCD display on the dashboard and supported with safety belts, airbags, collision detector, parking alerts and lane keeping assistance.
The company has not made the official confirmation on the ASX engine. Some options have been included. The 2018 Mitsubishi ASX might receive the engine unit of a 2.0 liter fuel DOHC with TDC pairing. However, it remains possible that the ASX also considers the hybrid option. Configuring a 1.1 liter 3-cylinder, electric motor and powerful batteries is just possible. Apart from any probabilities, all options might be provided along the car development.
Price and Release Date
None of reliable price details is currently available. Similarly, the due date for the car release also remains unknown. Just expecting that the company will be ready to release the 2018 Mitsubishi ASX sometime during the year 2017.