Mitsubishi is experiencing a small resurgence in Europe. The brand has re-Mitsubishi’d the Renault Captur and marketed it as ASX and a similar treatment awaits the Renault Clio. Mitsubishi comes with a new Colt for which it uses the Clio of alliance partner Renault. But there is more in the barrel. Mitsubishi is now highlighting its mid-term plans for the future, a period in which it will focus on cars with internal combustion engines as well as hybrid, plug-in hybrid and electric powertrains. From 2030, the focus will mainly shift to electrified models and from 2035 EVs will receive full attention within Mitsubishi. Mitsubishi wants to grow globally and become more profitable. So also in Europe. In Europe, the brand mainly wants to improve its cooperation with the other brands (Renault and Nissan) of the alliance of which it is part. So count on the arrival of more Mitsubishis that share their base with cars from Renault and Nissan. In addition, Mitsubishi wants to expand its ‘xEV’ line-up here. With xEV models, the brand refers to cars with an electrified powertrain. Over the next five years, Mitsubishi says it will present sixteen new models worldwide, nine of which will be electrified. Among those sixteen newcomers, we already see the well-known ASX, the Delica Mini, which has already been presented in Japan, and even a study model: the XFC Concept. Mitsubishi also parks the new Colt between the newcomers. We also see that Mitsubishi is coming up with an electric kei-car like car and will also introduce a larger fully electric model based on a car from Renault or Nissan. We will stick to the fully electric new models for a moment. Mitsubishi also comes with an electric pick-up and an electric SUV with two rows of seats. So a five-seater. In addition, Mitsubishi has a couple of hybrid SUVs and MPVs in the pipeline. It is not yet clear which models will appear in which markets.