Mitsubishi will present a all-terrain version of the Delica minivanDecember 27, 2018
Japanese news show will be held at the upcoming car showroom in Tokyo. The off-road version of the minivan will receive the same engine as the regular Delica – this is a 2.2-liter turbodiesel with 170 horsepower and 392 Nm.
Mitsubishi finally introduced a new generation of its compact minivan Delica, which received the designation Delica D:5. The show took place in late November of this year. Now, the automaker is preparing to submit a new version of the model, it will become the all-terrain version of the minivan. In addition, the novelty will receive a hybrid powertrain.
According to official data, the new modification of Mitsubishi D:5 Delica will be shown at the Tokyo Motor Show, which in turn will open in January next year.
As our friends insiders report, the novelty will debut as a concept and we can only hope that it will reach mass production.
It is known that the off-road version of the minivan will be based on a complete set of Urban Gear. The car will receive a fully plastic body kit for extra protection, and aluminum decorative elements will appear on the front bumper. There is also a heavy-duty roof rack and two LED strips, which are also on the roof.
Additional protective grilles and mud flaps give the prototype the appearance of a car that is ready for all 100 to conquer off-road. However, the minivan will not receive either increased ground clearance or any other additional improvements for off-road. However, even as standard, the Delica model is capable of conquering easy off-road thanks to the all-wheel drive system with three modes – 2WD, 4WD and Lock.
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