While we can’t be absolutely sure since this picture has not been uploaded by Mitsubishi, it certainly looks like it’s the real deal. Compared to the sketches of the Concept-cX that the Japanese carmaker released at the end of July –follow the jump or click here, the compact crossover’s appearance is less dynamic, but isn’t that always the case with “Sketches vs Reality”? Anyway, in a nutshell, the Concept-cX is a 4.1m long compact crossover based on the Lancer’s global compact platform and equipped with a soft-road application of the Outlander-derived Electric control 4WD drivetrain. Depending on the public reactions at the Frankfurt Show, it is possible that Mitsubishi could go ahead and build a production version of the cX in the very near feature. -Continued after the jump Pic via: caradisiac
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