If you're keen to get a closer look at the upcoming Mitsubishi Attrage global sedan, we've got good news for you. A handful of brochure images have made their way to the web courtesy of IndianAutosBlog.com, complete with driveline details. The compact car looks to have its teeth set on taking a chunk out of the Nissan Versa. The Attrage will launch in Thailand with a 1.2-liter three-cylinder engine good for 76 horsepower coupled to either a five-speed manual transmission or a continuously variable transmission. The combination should yield a range of around 570 miles with an 11 gallon tank. We'll save you the math: that's over 50 miles per gallon, though we wouldn't be surprised to see a more powerful, less efficient engine show up on the US-spec model. Buyers can also enjoy snazzy 15-inch alloy wheels.

Expect to find a rearview camera, push-button start, Bluetooth audio and automatic climate control indoors. This information gives us a pretty good idea of what we can expect from the car once it touches down here in the US, though final details – including powertrain – remain likely to change somewhat.


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      muchdrama
      • 1 Year Ago
      Geezus, this thing is hideous looking.
      Cruising
      • 1 Year Ago
      If the product cycle for the current Versa sedan is five years or so like the last generation, with 2014 sedans hitting the lots and two more years to go Mitsubishi better get it here quick before it becomes irrelevant or it better be a even better super value. Of course this is looking into the future and who knows how they will approach the next Versa sedan is anyone's guess.
      zzzzzz
      • 1 Year Ago
      It's pretty sad that Mitsubishi now aspires to build the least exciting automobiles possible. It wasn't always that way.
      Iron
      • 1 Year Ago
      52mpg no Electric motor, cheap = buy Cant wait till they unveil there diesel hybrid lineups they been hiding Mitsubishi corp ( not cars) can release the funding gates at anytime but why would they, over the past few years they have made turbo and tons of money off parts that are probably in yours car. Just wait there getting ready for a push this is just the tip. Suzuki was small Mitsubishi corp is one of the biggest corp in the world you think there going to let there car segment fail lol Ugly yes efficient yes Need a new designer yes Give me Diesel. Hybrid Now!!!!
      A TK
      • 1 Year Ago
      this WILL sell well. Glad mitsu is offering something fuel efficient for the green crowd. now bring on the LANCER and EVO >=}
      Baskingshark
      • 1 Year Ago
      Congratulations Mitsubishi on making the least interesting car in the history of the world.
      frostillicus80
      • 1 Year Ago
      If this is any indication, the upcoming (apparently smaller & possibly fully electric) Lancer Evolution is gonna suck balls.... Please prove me wrong about that prediction, Mitsubishi. Also, quit trying to save the world (aka humanity) with your self-righteous attitude, and try developing quality cars people will actually want. Tesla has proven you can make electric cars and not have them be pretentious or bland...
        Cruising
        • 1 Year Ago
        @frostillicus80
        I don't think Mitsubishi wouild dilute their sports car, companies can have two extremes. Look at Nissan economy cars then look at their sport cars. Same with Toyota, but it works with no problem because it reaches a larger audience. In other words they can coexist under the same roof as long as it sells which Mitsubishi needs more core selling models to support programs like the EVO.