Mitsubishi XM Concept previews compact crossover

Concept Cars 10 Aug 2016
Mitsubishi XM Concept previews compact crossover

At the Indonesia International Auto Show 2016 Mitsubishi is unveiling the XM Concept, a crossover with a design based on the 2015 eX Concept.


The XM adopts the bold design language of the 2015 eX Concept made of muscular surfaces and sharp edges, and applies it to a crossover body style.

Mitsubishi XM Concept

Compared to the 2015 eX Concept, the XM features a new, more spacious rear end and stylish roofbars

The name combines the words crossover (X) and MPV and indicates a focus on flexibility. The spacios interior can accommodate seven passengers on three seat rows, making the XM a possible rival to the Honda BR-V.

2015 Mitsubishi eX Concept

Above and below: the 2015 eX Concept

2015 Mitsubishi eX Concept

The production model is expected to be built in Indonesia and should be launched in late 2017.

The XM Concept will be on display at the Gaikindo Indonesia international Auto Show, from 11 to 21 August.

(Source: Mitsubishi)

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