Mitsubishis QX series of crossover SUVs have had a good run, but the QX8 is going to be remembered more for its styling than its performance.
In the same way that BMW’s M3 and Mercedes-Benz’ S-Class were regarded as more sporty than mainstream in the 1980s, Mitsubisheri’s QX is going down in history for the styling and handling.
That said, the Q6 and Q7 were two of Mitsubis best-selling models, both of which sported a big, wide grille that allowed the driver to see out of the car.
The Q6 had a massive grille and a large front fascia, and the Q7 was more of a sporty crossover.
With the introduction of the Q9 in 2015, Mitsubi started offering a smaller and smaller crossover, with the new model being the Q4.
The Q4 was the most expensive model, and this model still looks great in our images, but its styling and cabin were a little lacking.
While it has been around for a long time, Mitsuzumi is finally taking it one step further with the introduction to the Q5.
This model has a sportier grille, and it’s got a much wider grille with wider front and rear fascias.
Mitsubishi says that the new Q5’s styling will be more “musical” with a new design language and materials, and that it will have an even larger roofline.
And for those who are curious about the Q1, it will be available in a few trim levels.
A few other details to look out for include: The new Q1 comes in two versions: Q1 Plus with a taller roofline and a new engine bay (which has been upgraded to 2.0L) and Q1 with the standard engine and all the bells and whistles.
There are also a few different colour options, including black, red, green and white.
At the moment, the new models have been spotted in Australia, Japan, France, Germany, Japan and South Korea, but they may soon be arriving in the US, as well.
If you want to get a peek at what all the fuss is about, be sure to visit the Mitsubiseris official website.
It’s no secret that Mitsubi is in the car business, but it’s also a big brand, so you can expect some of its cars to have some interesting styling cues.
We’re looking forward to seeing what Mitsubimi has to offer in 2019, as it’s going to make a lot of changes.