Mitsubishi Mirage, Attrage facelift revealed

    Both siblings now feature styling in line with the company’s current Dynamic Shield design language.

    Published On Nov 29, 2019 07:00:00 AM


    Mitsubishi has revealed the updated Mirage hatchback and Attrage sedan ahead of their public debut at the 2019 Thailand motor show in Bangkok. The update sees the models receive a refreshed look and new interior tech.

    Both cars have been given an exterior-styling revamp to reflect Mitsubishi’s current Dynamic Shield design concept, featuring a redesigned grille flanked by new LED headlights and a new front bumper. At the back, there are restyled tail-lamps with LED elements along with a new bumper. Completing the looks are newly design alloy wheels and new paint-shade options.

    Changes to the cabin include new upholstery – part-leather on the Mirage and full-leather on the Attrage – revised trimmings, and the installation of a new Smartphone Display Audio infotainment system comprising a 7.0-inch touchscreen with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility.

    While mechanical details have not yet been revealed, both models are expected to continue using the 1.2-litre petrol motor offered on the pre-facelift models.

    The current Mirage has been sold in over 90 countries, including Thailand, Europe and the US; while the Attrage is sold in over 60 countries, including Thailand and North America. The Mirage and the Attrage are both manufactured in the Laem Chabang Plant of Mitsubishi Motors Thailand and have achieved cumulative global sales of around 6,50,000 and 2,80,000 units, respectively (as of end-September 2019).

    Also see:

    2020 Mitsubishi Mirage facelift image gallery

    2020 Mitsubishi Attrage facelift image gallery

    Mitsubishi Cars

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