Saturday, July 12, 2008

The New Mitsubishi Galant Fortis Ralliart

Mitsubishi Motors Corporation announces the addition of the premium sporty 4WD Ralliart trim level to the Galant Fortis sedan series. The new model raises the driving pleasure bar while retaining all the utility and comfort qualities of the base model. Ralliart comes with a price tag of ¥2,982,000 and goes on sale at affiliated dealership throughout Japan today.

Launched in August 2007 Mitsubishi Galant Fortis (known as Mitsubishi Lancer outside Japan) was MMC's first new sedan model in seven years. It has been well received by customers looking principally for everyday utility plus a taste of sporty performance, while the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X finds favor with those drivers looking to enjoy a serious sport driving experience, participation in motorsport events included. The new Mitsubishi Galant Fortis Ralliart strikes an excellent balance between everyday driving comfort and fun-to-drive dynamic performance and as such will meet the needs and demands of a wide spectrum of customers.


The car features a unique front bumper designed to reduce air resistance. Increasing the size of the "jet-fighter" grille, an element of the MMC sedan design identity, both improves engine cooling and with the chrome treatment of its perimeter enhances the premium look to the car. The bottom edge of the bumper is designed as an air dam for improved handling and vehicle stability at higher speeds.

The engine hood uses a lightweight aluminum panel with an air scoop to feed the turbocharger; twin air outlets discharge heat from the engine compartment.

The unique rear bumper accommodates twin tail pipes. The bumper's design enhances airflow control and contributes to better straight-line stability at higher speeds.

The factory-fitted option rear decklid wing-spoiler generates effective downforce.

The grille and trunk lid carry the Ralliart emblem.


The interior uses an elegant deep black color scheme while the dashboard features an ornamentation panel comprising a geometric check pattern and silver pin beading that adds a mechanical taste and gives the cockpit a sporty, high-quality appearance.

The unique instrument cluster dials use matte black faces with white high-contrast

1 comment:

mosquito ringtone said...

I dont like mitsubishi cars at all . I remember mitsubishi lancer , it wasnt that good.