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Mitsubishi has a gap to fill between the ASX and Outlander, and this is the SUV that will do it - the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross. The XR-PHEV came with a plug-in hybrid powertrain but it's believed that the Eclipse Cross will only use conventional petrol and diesel engines for cost reasons.
Mitsubishi Motors used the Eclipse name on a coupe model sold in the U.S.in the late 1980's and early 1990's.
It's not clear if the Eclipse Cross badge will make its way stateside when the crossover goes on sale here, but the transition from '90s tuner hit to family-hauler could revive more than just the nameplate.
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Mitsubishi began selling the Eclipse in 1989 and eventually introduced a Spyder variant, both of which were manufactured at its assembly plant in Normal, Ill., the company's only factory in the North America.
As aforementioned, the new SUV will debut at the Geneva Motor Show on March 7, 2017. The new auto is built around a shortened version of the Outlander architecture.
Bold expansion plans for Mitsubishi's crossover line-up are expected to see the Eclipse Cross followed within two years by a smaller sister model targeting the likes of the Nissan Juke, and including a full-electric drivetrain.