2010 Mitsubishi RVR Compact Crossover First Look

2010 Mitsubishi RVR Compact Crossover First Look Evolution on 4x4 like bmw did with X1 (chopped X3 which is a chopped X5) and also mini with its crossover... anything else to see?
chopped resources on designs i see on automobile...nothing new really... hope we dont see smart & yaris crossovers ! Lovely! another nice compact SUV-like just as the recent Skoda Yeti. Perfect !! Just give this one a dual clutch and I'll buy one ASAP .The Japanese automaker appears to be right on schedule with the car, having just released photos of the Mitsubishi RVR.The RVR compact crossover will use a brand new 1.8-liter MIVEC petrol engine (the concept used a clean diesel) tuned to achieve a strong fuel economy rating. No exact figures were given for the vehicle's efficiency, emissions, horsepower, or torque. While the concept version was a 4WD, no word yet on which wheels will be powered in the production model.Slotted below the Outlander, the lightweight vehicle measures roughly 4.3-meters long, about the same size as the Toyota Yaris sedan (Toyota Belta). This is 200mm longer than the Concept-cX, but still much shorter than the Honda CR-V, Toyota Rav4, and BMW X1. The new model has a squarer nose than the concept car, while being stretched a bit in the rear.
Features dropped from the concept include daytime LEDs, and the rear bumper-integrated center brake light. Instead of the oddly-shaped, bi-color hatch, Mitsubishi chose a more normal design. The car is better for it. At the front, a trapizoid-shaped grille is still used, with the center separation now body colored, and the entire piece surrounded in a chrome-colored ring. These also improve on the concept design.yeah that because Mitsubishi wanted the hattrick like Audi and went for copying the grill, only upside down.. Its like someone would take the Microsoft logo and turn it mirrorwise!

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