Nissan Patrol and Mitsubishi Pajero will become co-platformDecember 15, 2019
Automotive alliances between different manufacturers today are becoming increasingly popular. Brands share among themselves the accumulated experience and resources to make car production less costly.
The cooperation between different car manufacturers today not only gives the market completely new models, but also allows you to bring the “classic” automobile to life. So, the foreign portal motor1.com, referring to colleagues from CarsGuide, wrote that Nissan Patrol can share the platform with Mitsubishi, which will help radically modernize the new generation Japanese full-size SUV. By the way, these two SUVs are currently making good money in countries like Australia. Here, the same Pajero, despite the official reduction, is still popular and is clearly not going to give up its positions.
In turn, the head of the Australian Mitsubishi John Signorello said that the plan for the development of the car exists, but many of its details are still confidential.
“You never know what a new collaboration can bring. This is the beauty of sharing products and platforms within the alliance, ”summed up John Signorello.
Recall that back in 2007, the former Mitsubishi CEO Trevor Mann called Nissan Patrol the most likely partner of the brand for the new generation Pajero.
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