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今年 10 月 Mitsubishi 小改款 Eclipse Cross 發表,台灣市場方面,日前已經有網友在國內拍到偽裝車,預期明年上半年就會問世。日本原廠近日公布 1.5 個月接單成績,超出品牌預期目標 2 倍之多。

三菱小改 Eclipse Cross 日規訂單超過 2,000 張,超乎原廠預期。

針對日規小改款 Eclipse Cross,三菱訂下的月銷售目標為 1,000 輛,而預售至今已經收到超過 2,000 張訂單,遠超原廠預期,換上新外型以及源自 Outlander 的 PHEV 系統,在日本 WLTC 測試值下,具備 57.3km 的純電行駛里程。


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內裝方面,換上更大的觸控螢幕,PHEV 的排檔桿也略有不同。

而台灣市場方面,明年上半年上市機會高,最快第二季就能發表。不過小改款 Eclipse Cross 導入國內,預期會先以 1.5 升渦輪增壓引擎飲為主,可輸出 150 匹/24.5 公斤米動力,而 PHEV 插電式混合動力機率較低。

原廠高層指出,未來品牌重心將擺在 PHEV 與純電車款上。

除了 Eclipse Cross 的好表現,Mitsubishi 高層接受日媒《BestCar》採訪時透露部分品牌未來規劃,其中表明品牌將把重點放在 PHEV 與 EV 車款上,並預告不久後要登場的新一代 Outlander 將會搭載最先進的 PHEV 插電式混合系統。

另外原廠高層還提到,目前很少品牌能在 EV 電動車中實現獲利,因此 Mitsubishi 不會自行開發電動車,而是會與 Nissan 等品牌結盟合作開發。並指出未來 PHEV 系統將全面取代柴油車型,但針對新興國家,有可能會出現柴油版的 PHEV 動力。



Most petrol heads are suckers for good classic cars, but more often than not, they forget that most of them were not that good to drive by modern standards, and the Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow Drophead Coupe does not impress either.

According to this review, the predecessor of the Silver Spirit, which became the Silver Seraph and then the Ghost at the end of the 2000s, was not superior to the Cadillac Eldorado Convertible, which had a quieter engine, bigger and more comfortable seats, a lower driving position and all the state-of-the-art amenities of the ’60, such as power windows, power brakes, power steering and air-con.

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As for this 1968 Silver Shadow Drophead Coupe, it may look all-original at a first glimpse, but it does have quite a lot of changes, starting with the stereo and ending with the extra buttons, new electrics and engine. The latter is a Chevy 350 small block crate engine, which has replaced the old 6.2-liter V8, and while it is unknown how much exactly it pumps out, due to the numerous variations, it is estimated to develop around 200 horsepower and 250 pound-feet (340 Nm) of torque.

Back in the day, the open-top Rolls used to cost approximately $19,000, or around $148,000 in today’s money, and these days the cheapest examples go for less than $15,000. But should you buy one? If you want a comfortable couch at an affordable price with a Rolls-Royce badge then maybe yes, but don’t expect people to think you’re rich because, apparently, this one just flies under the radar.

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Hot on the heels of Maserati launching its Fuoriserie program a couple of months ago, designers from the Italian car manufacturer have released renderings of a rather unusual MC20.

This MC20 has been designed as a concept with a focus on snow-driving. To prepare the mid-engined supercar for such conditions, a handful of modifications appear to have been made.

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Most notably, the car has been finished in a bright shade of orange that would help it stand out in the snow, as opposed to blending in with the initial shade of white used in the launch car. Additionally, Maserati’s designers have jacked up the ride height and fitted a set of winter tires with studs to ensure the rear-wheel drive car can actually put its power to the ground.

Rounding out the modifications is a roof rack that can hold a pair of skis. The interior has also been trimmed in white leather with a host of orange accents, including on the door panels, center console and the outer edges of the seats.

We doubt Maserati has any plans of offering snow-focused parts for the MC20 through its FuoriSerie customization program, but it will probably offer a selection of personalization options for its customers.

The MC20 is powered by a mid-mounted twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter V6 producing 621 hp and 538 lb-ft (730 Nm) of torque. This engine is coupled to an eight-speed dual-clutch transmission sending power to the rear wheels.

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