Mitsubishi is gearing up for the Tokyo Motor Show, where it will show off three new crossover concepts. We've now got a great look at them.
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Mitsubishi's first plug-in hybrid electric vehicle will come as a variant of the next-generation Outlander crossover, reports Motor Trend.
If for no other reason than the company makes some really good TVs and industrial generators, we'd probably have forgotten about Mitsubishi by now.