We have always
created unique designs
Going forward, we continue to pursue
the essence of Mitsubishi design
Building on our past,
we look to the future
to develop Mitsubishi-ness
The challenge continues
To move and surprise you
The evolving Mitsubishi
front face identity
The dynamic face expresses powerful performance and a reassuring sense of protection shared by generations of Mitsubishi vehicles. The protector embraces and safeguards both people and car. The face design concept expresses these roots through the concept of "Form Follows Function".EXPLORE DYNAMIC SHIELD
Next-generation concept cars that embody Mitsubishi-ness.
The all new model that express Mitsubishi-ness.
I am fostering the design and the essence of Mitsubishi-ness beyond our customer expectations.
Corporate general manager
of design office
— Tsunehiro Kunimoto
Promoting global and diverse creative design development based on our new tri-polar system as described below.
Our design studio near Frankfurt, Germany. As one of our global offices, the multinational staff develops both advanced and production cutting edge designs projects that incorporate European design trends. The studio is fully equipped and capable to provide full scale models.
Diamantstraße 1, 65468 Trebur/GermanyRecruiting Information
The design studio in Tokyo makes the most of its location amid the international atmosphere of Tokyo to study the latest trends and lifestyles. Designers work mainly on advanced designs and also provide quarter scale models.
33-8 Shiba 5-chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo, JapanRecruiting Information
This is the headquarters of our tri-polar design division. Located within the technical center in the city of Okazaki near Nagoya, designers collaborate with the R&D division on advanced and production vehicles cutting edge designs.
1, Aza-Nakashinkiri, Hashime-cho, Okazaki City, Aichi Prefecture, JapanRecruiting Information
The Dynamic Shield design concept powerfully expresses functionality to protect people and the car.
Moving forward we will continue developing more diverse designs in line with this Dynamic Shield concept.
Front face configurations of past generations of the Mitsubishi cars that historically serve to protect both people and the car and also express reliability and toughness.
The black center area of the front face design expresses high performance of the car.
Dynamic Shield design concept is expressed through the idea that form follows function
The lamp units are divided vertically top/bottom for better functionality from an active safety viewpoint.
The upper half houses the daytime running lamps to make them more visible to pedestrians.
The lower half houses the headlamps to keep them from blinding oncoming vehicles or pedestrians.