Mitsubishi hatchbacks typically feature a two-box design configuration, with one shared, flexible, interior volume for passengers and cargo and a rear door for cargo access. The Colt was renamed back to Mirage in 2012. The sixth generation was previewed as a concept car at the 2011 Geneva Auto Show, with series production cars unveiled at the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show. Mitsubishi Motors Philippines will begin manufacturing both the hatchback and G4 sedan variants of the Mirage for the country's market in January 2017. ASEAN NCAP test results for a right-hand-drive, five-door hatchback variant on a 2013 registration.
In late 2013 the sedan version called G4 was added to the lineup, also available in the same four variants as the hatchback. In its first full year of sales, 2013 the Mirage reached a place as the sixth best selling car in the country and the best selling hatchback. Mirage hatchback models produced between 1978 and 2003 were classified as subcompact cars, while the sedan and station wagon models, marketed prominently as the Mitsubishi Lancer, were the compact offerings.
Mitsubishi launched the Mirage as a front-wheel drive three-door hatchback in March 1978, as a response to the 1973 oil crisis. A five-door hatchback on a longer wheelbase arrived in September. Since most overseas markets did not have the Minica kei car, the Mirage was usually sold as Mitsubishi's entry-level model. In February 1975 the Lancer was complemented by a hatchback called the Lancer Celeste, succeeding the Galant FTO. It was also called the Mitsubishi Celeste or Colt Celeste in some markets.
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