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AddUPDATE: U.S. bound Mitsubishi Colt will be an all-new global small car

Yesterday, we reported that Mitsubishi is bringing its small, B-segment Colt to our shores. And that's true, mostly. What we've learned between now and then is that Mitsu isn't bringing over the current Colt, but rather the replacement for the current Colt, i.e. the next Colt. In fact, Mitsubishi Motors Corp. President Osamu Masuko said as much during last month's Tokyo Motor Show. Here's what he told Automotive News:

56BREAKING: Mitsubishi Colt is coming to America

2009 Mitsubishi Colt - Click above for high-res image gallery

31VIDEO: 1977 Dodge Colt dealer film is a completely amazing time capsule

1977 Dodge Colt Mileage Maker Coupe - Click above image to watch the video

1Mitsubishi lauches new green label in Europe: Cleartec

I guess that at this point we've pretty much lost track of how many "green labels" automakers have slapped on their cleanest European vehicles (see Econetic, eco2, et al.). These labels are created to highlight the least-polluting member of a car line, usually based on the most basic engine configuration. When it comes to Japanese automakers, green badging was lagging behind the Europeans, but Mitsubishi is trying to catch up with a new name: Cleartec.

20Mitsubishi working on TWR Walkinshaw Colt Ralliart

Click above for a high-res gallery of the Mitsubishi Colt Ralliart

17Paris 2008: Mitsubishi Colt Ralliart and Colt five-door

Click above for a high-res gallery of the Mitsubishi Colt Ralliart

17Paris Preview: Mitsubishi inadvertently posts pics of Colt

Click above for a gallery of the 2009 Mitsubishi Colt

16Mitsubishi Colt Ralliart Version R Special: Now with SUPER STIFFNESS

Click above for a high-res gallery of the Colt Ralliart Version R Special.

14Melbourne 2008: Mitsubishi Panther concepts claw at good taste

Click image for a hi-res gallery of the Mitsubishi "Panther" Concepts

13Future Classic: Dodge Colt

With the rise of the import trend, we're seeing Musclecar-era Japanese rides attain some of the same cachet as domestic iron from the same time. Funny, they didn't strike us this way at the time, but looking at them now, they're like three-quarter scale models of the Big Three's offerings. There seems to be a soft spot for early Celicas and of course, the Datsun 510 makes one hell of a half-price 2002. Somewhat overlooked, in our opinion, are the Mitsubishi models imported by Chrysler in the ear

1Mitsubishi developing clean diesel for Europe

Mitsubishi Motors and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries announced Tuesday a joint development program for a next-generation diesel engine for the European market.

20Mitsubishi launches Colt Ralliart Version-R

Mitsubishi launched its newest Ralliart variant in the Japanese market this week - the Colt Ralliart Version-R.

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