Mitsubishi to debut Concept G4 compact sedan at Bangkok show

Mitsubishi Motors will be showing off a new concept vehicle at the upcoming Bangkok International Motor Show on March 25. The Mitsubishi Concept G4 will be a global compact sedan, though Mitsu hasn’t clarified whether it will be the next-generation of a current model or an entirely new model line.

The Concept G4 carries the next-generation of Mitsubishi’s style trends with its clipped nose, brilliant-cut diamond grille motif, elongated headlamps, and lower, more aerodynamic appeal.


The Mitsubishi Concept G4 will have best-in-class fuel efficiency, the company says, because of its lightest-in-class bodywork thanks to Mitsu’s new Reinforced Impact Safety Evolution (RISE) body frame. A small 1.2-liter MIVEC engine and continuously variable transmission (CVT) with sub-geartrain also reduce weight while improving efficiency.

So far, little else has been revealed about the concept, but full details and a physical version will be revealed at the Bangkok show. The Concept G4 will be accompanied by the Concept GR-HEV for Thailand and a new iteration of the FR sport utility truck sold in Asia.

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