; Yes. We were looking forward to experiencing something exciting.
During the 2017 Dubai International Motor Show
presented the Cross version of the Eclipse that will be available, for the UAE, next year. This Eclipse Cross
follows Mitsubishi's current design that you can find with the Montero Sport
. However, the rear is a completely different story. Which I personally find uncomfortable to see. I would love for you'll to leave some comments below with your take.
It's too early to talk about prices and specs since, as I mentioned before, this is only a reveal and the car will be launched next year in 2018. We are not that far, but it can be towards the end of the second quarter. However, we can tell you some features and specs that the car will have.
For example, the 2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross will come with: Smartphone-link Display Audio + a Touchpad controller, Head-Up display, Around View Monitor, LED Highlights (high/low beam) with auto levelling, Forward Collision Mitigation System (FCM), Lane Departure Warning, Automatic High Beam, Adaptative Cruise Control, Blind Spot Warning with lane change assist and Rear cross traffic alert.