The K-wagon promises wide-open passenger space while delivering the performance and functionality of a vehicle within its category, only it comes with a unique design that stems from the brand's styling of its sport utility vehicles (SUV).
The Japanese carmaker's front Dynamic Shield design concept was used for the front face, with a coated steel bar perpendicular to a horizontally-themed grille.
Its side view possesses a cabin-like silhouette that utilizes a long wheelbase and sculpted active character lines while the side sill garnish and wheel arches have been blacked-out to accentuate the character and uniqueness of an SUV.
Designed for the active outdoors person, its body colour takes on a two-tone combination of olive green and white with silver roof rails with the wheels incorporating the same colour scheme as the body.
Inside, it offers the wide-open passenger space of a super height Kei wagon passenger space was maximized in the back seats in particular with family use in mind.
With the largest rear door opening and back seat legroom in its class, passengers have plenty of space to relax with splashes of brown as the main theme and orange appearing ubiquitously as a secondary colour as synthetic leather covered with diamond quilting for the seats creates a high-quality feel.
For performance, the K-wagon will be looking to provide brisk road performance that's combined with advanced driver assistance technology and safety equipped as well as a high-performance engine mated to a continuously variable transmission.
By doing so, Mitsubishi says that its K-wagon should deliver brisk, stress-free road performance in low-speed and high-speed zones.
For added safety, the K-wagon will be blessed with the incorporation of e-Assist preventive safety technology package that includes MI-PILOT single-lane driver assistance on highways (a braking system that mitigates damage from collisions) and collision prevention assistance for pedal misapplication.