Mitsubishi Flexis Concept

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The Mitsubishi Grandis hasn't been doing very well sales-wise, and we'd say that a replacement is long overdue. The pictures you see here aren't an official replacement, at least not yet, but they show what designer David Cardoso has envisioned to do battle with such segment favorites as the Toyota Tarago. It's called the Flexis and this new concept is at least good looking, even if it does have a stupid name. And it does.

The styling seems to draw from such big sellers as the Peugeot 3008 as well as from the highly anticipated 2012 Ford Focus. Mitsubishi will certainly need more than a facelift in order to get back the sales they have lost in this segment. It would probably be a good idea to give more of this kind of attention to their whole lineup, without it's hard to imagine that the brand will be able to stay afloat. Photos courtesy of David Cardoso.

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