Though unveiled a few days ago, the 380 was officially announced yesterday by Mitsubishi Motors Australia. Looks kind of familiar, don't it? Mitsubishi actually doesn't shy away at all from the fact that it's new Australian sedan is derived from the North American Galant. The 380 comes in no less than six trim levels including the base model, LS, LX, sporty VRX and GT signature model (shown). The car is powered by Mitsubishi's 3.8L SOHC MIVEC V6 that produces 234 hp and 253 lb-ft. of torque, while all that grunt is divided up by either a 5-speed auto or 5-speed manual transmission. WorldCarFans has the full press release along with a ton of pics.
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