Mitsubishi Outlander GT Prototype 2009 2010 Debuts in New York

IF they put little bit more fender flare on it & low profile wing at top of tailgate, it would looks way better... too plain now, not agreesive enough.

Mitsubishi doesn't have their own design language, so now they're trying to make all their cars look like an Evo. It's pathetic. What's coming next? L200? Grandis? Pajero? The resemblance to Mitsubishi's rally-bred super sedan goes beyond the gaping grille and reshaped headlights. IF they put little bit more fender flare on it & low profile wing at top of tailgate, it would looks way better... too plain now, not agreesive enough. The Outlander GT Prototype has a lightweight polished aluminum roof panel that helps to lower the center of gravity and reduce weight. Nineteen-inch OZ Racing wheels emphasize the lowered and stiffened suspension.
Mitsubishi has also installed its Super All-Wheel Control (S-AWC) system. S-AWC modulates power distribution by monitoring power output, throttle input, wheel speed and direction as well as a number of other vehicle attitude indicators provided by the stability control and ABS computers. It enables the Outlander GT Prototype to turn tighter, transfer power to slipping wheels, and add stability during cornering. Performance is also aided by a slight power increase for the 3.0 liter V6 engine, which is up to 230 horsepower.
Inside, there's a more comfortable interior that includes a larger LCD screen for navigation, 710-watt Rockford Fosgate sound system and the new FUSE Hands-Free Media Gateway system with Bluetooth and voice-recognition software.

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