2022 Mitsubishi Vision Ralliart Concept Preview

2022 Mitsubishi Vision Ralliart Concept – After more than a decade, Mitsubishi launched the Ralliart brand again. It included a Triton pickup truck equipped with a modified Triton motor in its FY2020 financial statements. Ralliart was officially launched in Thailand a few months later as a Pajero Sport with stickers and red accents. Mitsu also prepared Ralliart projects to be displayed at the Tokyo Auto Salon. They are also disappointing.

Mitsubishi Vision Ralliart Concept Release Date
Mitsubishi Vision Ralliart Concept Release Date

The Vision Ralliart Concept looks a lot like an Outlander but has wider fenders on both ends. The vehicle’s fake upper grille has a honeycomb design and has a lower intake than the standard SUV. The vehicle comes with 22-inch wheels to fill in the bulging arches. This gives the vehicle more room for six-piston brakes and larger rotors. Only the brakes are an improvement on the standard version.

Mitsubishi Vision Ralliart Concept
Mitsubishi Vision Ralliart Concept

2022 Mitsubishi Vision Ralliart Concept New Design

We first saw the diffuser in a teaser last month. It is large and has the Ralliart emblem. It gives off the impression that it is a faster Outlander. Two large exhaust tips would have been logically placed at the corners. However, Mitsubishi has not imagined the Outlander-based Vision Ralliart concept to be an entirely electric SUV. It will share the spotlight at 2022 TAS with the Outlander Ralliart Style. The accessories mimic the performance of an SUV. For the PHEV version, we are mainly dealing with body decals and red accents.

Mitsubishi Vision Ralliart Concept Review
Mitsubishi Vision Ralliart Concept Review

2022 Mitsubishi Vision Ralliart Concept Revealed

We hope this timid attempt at reviving Ralliart will be followed by more significant upgrades than just aesthetic tweaks. The Ralliart pair will be displayed by Mitsubishi at the Tokyo Auto Salon beginning January 14th, with the first press day and ending on January 16th, when the last public day.