Mitsubishi’s new Chief Operating Officer has a variety of plans for the future of the company and is considering bringing a new sedan and pickup to the US.
With the company being revitalized by entering the Renault-Nissan alliance, Mitsubishi is expected to achieve a year-on-year profit for the fiscal year ending March 31, a dramatic turnaround from internal forecasts before Trevor Mann becomes the new COO. Always with Automotive News showed man that the United States as well as China and Southeast Asia are considered as the main drivers of the current recovery and is aware of the additional flexibility that the car manufacturer has after the partnership With Renault and NissanAccording to man it would be conceivable that a pickup on a Nissan platform is set up, while Renault Nissan could also get a cock on the shoulder to help Mitsubishi to create a new sedan Imminent death of the Lancers.
“It’s something we should look at. As we move forward and begin to have common platforms, an alliance pickup platform would be a good thing for us to do,” Mann said.
As it stands, Mitsubishi already provides an overseas pickup, also in Australia and Japan, where it is the Triton badged.
In addition to the potential of these two new vehicles, Mann suggested that it could resume production in North America after shutting down its own plant. English:. The continent last year