What will the 11th generation Mitsubishi Lancer look like?

The 11th-generation Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution will own Dynamic Shield's design language that features and shares the platform with the Renault Megane sedan.

Last time the legendary Mitsubishi Lancer sedan launched the new generation since 2007. It is also the 10th generation, however, it is only sold in some markets such as Brazil, Egypt and Taiwan, but not globally. . To date, the Japanese carmaker has yet to release the next generation of Lancer Evolution.


However, with past successes, it is likely that the new Mitsubishi Lancer will be released in the near future. Mitsubishi also revealed it is planning to release the 11th generation Lancer Evolution.

If that happens, the sedan will inherit the new DNA that Mitsubishi is applying. The Kolesa page was based on that hypothesis to outline the 11th generation Lancer Evolution with the brand's Dynamic Shield design language.

Designers have adopted the typical Mitsubishi grille design with chrome trim (similar to Eclipse Cross and Mitsubishi Triton pickup models) into the body of the Renault Megane sedan.

LED headlights are low while the sharp LED positioning lights move upwards, similar to recent Mitsubishi models. Two-tone body color with hood and column A is dark gray, giving contrast to the white body.

This also makes Lancer look more active. In fact, this design is inspired by the Mitsubishi Engelberg Tourer Concept.

In the back, Mitsubishi Lancer sketches use horizontal LED taillights, interconnected by the latest car design trend. The rear bumper has a sporty design, black paint and concealed exhaust pipes.

Choosing the Renault Megane sedan as the basis for this sketch is not accidental. Mitsubishi has announced that the next generation Lancer will share the platform with Megane.

It is unclear what new engine the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution will equip. The 10th generation of this model has a 1.8L engine, 138 horsepower, comes with CVT gearbox or 6-speed manual, front-drive system.