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2018 Mitsubishi Delica Previewed By Concept Heading to Tokyo Motor Show

22 photosPreviewed by three renderings, the 2018 Mitsubishi Delica will debut at the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show as a near-production design study. Published by Web Motor Magazine, the renderings reveal what can only be described as an Xpander with more attitude and sliding rear doors. On a closer look, it’s easy to notice that the oversized wheels and tire design are not ready for production.

According to the Japanese publication, the all-new Delica will borrow the vehicle platform from the Outlander mid-size SUV. And for a change, the Delica will come as standard with S-AWD all-wheel-drive. The business end of the eight-seat minivan is Mitsubishi’s 2.2-liter Di-D inline-4 turbo diesel, which is rated at 170 PS (168 horsepower) and more than 392 Nm (290 lb-ft).

Production of the 2018 Mitsubishi Delica should start sometime in the second quarter of next year, probably after the month of April. As ever, the Nagoya plant in Japan is where the Delica will see the light of day, and one of the make-or-break markets for the all-new model is people carrier-savvy Thailand.

It’s highly unlikely Nissan will adopt the Delica for its own purposes now that the Japanese automaker controls Mitsubishi, but the two companies have confirmed that synergies have to happen at some point. One such synergy will come in the form of the next-generation Pajero, which is expected to share its platform with the all-new Patrol.

Another area Nissan is interested in Mitsubishi is the company’s plug-in hybrid technology, with the Outlander PHEV priding itself as being the best-selling plug-in hybrid SUV in Europe.

Mitsubishi Delica 2018: подробности о идеальном минивэне для России

В Сети появились первые изображения кроссвэна Mitsubishi Delica шестого поколения. По слухам, переднего привода больше не будет — только полный!В нашей стране Delica официально никогда не продавалась, но российские автолюбители эту машину хорошо знают, особенно те, что проживают за Уралом, где много ввезенной из Японии праворульной техники. Поистине легендарным стало у нас четвертое поколение минивэна, построенного на агрегатах внедорожника Mitsubishi Pajero и сочетавшего в себе отличную проходимость, просторный кузов и высокий уровень комфорта. Аналогов у этой машины, в сущности, нет до сих пор: пятое поколение Делики на кроссоверном шасси Аутлендера имеет куда более скромные оффроудные возможности, но и этих машин по нашим дорогам бегает немало.

Согласно информации японского журнала Motor Magazine, новая Mitsubishi Delica 2018 сохранит платформу предшественника, но все версии будут оснащены фирменной системой полного привода с S-AWC с многодисковой муфтой отбора мощности для заднего моста и электронно-управляемой блокировкой переднего дифференциала. Габариты машины практически не изменятся, но дизайн будет выполнен в актуальном фирменном Х-стиле. Из двигателей заявлен пока только прежний 2,2-литровый турбодизель, его мощность увеличена до 170 л.с. О коробках передач информации пока нет.Официальная премьера Делики шестого поколения ожидается в конце октября на Токийском автосалоне, о перспективах ее поставок в Россию говорить преждевременно.

All-New Mitsubishi Delica Is Not Your Typical Spy Photo Subject

Literally every day we publish tons of spy photos, depicting upcoming new models from various automakers. Catching a mule out testing in the cold is not an easy task, so we are extremely happy that today we are able to deliver the first spy photos of a rare prototype.

  • Mitsubishi Delica Concept Surfaces Ahead Of Tokyo Debut

If you think the attached pictures show the new Mercedes-Benz Sprinter or another light commercial vehicle from Europe, you are wrong. What you are looking at is the next generation Mitsubishi Delica, the Japanese manufacturer’s alternative to the booming SUV and crossover sectors.

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Think of it as the only possible way to transport eight people to places which no other vans can reach. It’s more than just an MPV or a bus, as it is powered by all four wheels and has a rugged appearance.

These first spy photos reveal the next generation Delica, previously also known as the L300 and L400 depending on the market, will be heavily inspired by both the Delica concept and the Xpander production model (pictured above), revealed last summer. Given that, expect to see the same busy front end design with two or possibly three rows of lights.

                                                                Mitsubishi Delica prototype versus Delica concept

We’ve already heard the new Delica won’t be offered as a FWD model and will come exclusively equipped with Mitsubishi’s S-AWC (Super All Wheel Control) 4WD system. Power is said to come from a new 2.2-liter diesel engine, delivering 170 horsepower (127 kilowatts) and 290 pound-feet (392 Newton-meters). We won’t rule the possibility of another engine option, namely the 1.5-liter gasoline unit with 105 hp (77 kW) from the Xpander. No information about the transmission choices have been disclosed yet.

The Outlander-based vehicle should be revealed later this year with sales in Japan, Indonesia, Taiwan, and other countries expected to start before the year’s end or early 2018. The previous generation Delica was introduced in 2007 and is assembled at Mitsubishi’s Nagoya plant in Japan.

Photos: CarPix

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2019 Mitsubishi Delica Is A Minivan Crossover Based On The Outlander

Mitsubishi has been developing an all-new Delica for quite some time, recently previewing it with the Xpander and boxy Delica Concepts last year. Now, our eagle-eyed spy photographers have managed to snap a prototype up close.

Despite the camouflage covering this prototype, it is obvious that the production-spec Delica will look quite similar to last year’s concepts, combining the squared body of the Delica with the sharper face of the Xpander. Most notably, it will feature split headlights and includes short front and rear overhangs.

Evidently eager to maximize interior space, Mitsubishi has designed an elongated roof that stays at the same height all the way to the rear window. As such, the new Delica will comfortably seat seven people and looks to be particularly airy, thanks also to the generously-proportioned side windows. There’s even a small side window between the A-pillars and wing mirrors.

Compared to the front, the rear looks particularly tame compared to the concept. Rather than having taillights which stretch up the D-pillars and along the rear three-quarter panels, the production-spec car appears to have adopted much smaller lights.

Beyond the styling modifications, our sources tell us that the Delica will feature the same platform as the Mitsubishi Outlander. Additionally, the Japanese marque’s Super All Wheel Control system will be standard on all new Delicas sold. Power is tipped to come from a 2.2-liter turbocharged diesel mill delivering roughly 170 hp.

The new-generation Mitsubishi Delica is expected to make its world premiere later this year.

*Article has been updated with new information and spy photos

Photo Credits: CarPix & S. Baldauf / SB-Medien for Carscoops

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