Eclipse Cross receives award for its design

Eclipse Cross receives award for its design

Mitsubishi Motor Sales of Caribbean, Inc. (MMSC), announced the most recent recognition granted to Mitsubishi for its model Eclipse Cross, who received the GOOD DESIGN award T on behalf of experts from The Chicago Athenaeum.
The GOOD DESIGN awards TM They are the oldest and the most prestigious Global Awards Program for excellence and innovation in design. Organized by the Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design, they are intended to raise awareness about contemporary design and to honor both products and industry leaders in design and manufacturing.
The brand said that Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross introduces new design advances. This crossover excels in technology and safety in its category and also has a vibrant and challenging style. It features the front design concept DYNAMIC SHIELD, with a protective shield shape visually formed by the black central area and chrome accents. The rear design is distinguished by the almost cubist style created around the rear lights mounted along at high altitude and a rear window divided horizontally.
“This model, Eclipse Cross, is the first new car that carries our robust and ingenious design philosophy and for us it is a joy to know that they recognize our work and it is one more indicator that proves the innovative product that is the Eclipse Cross. For that consumer who is looking for style, technology, safety, comfort and having all the attributes of an SUV, Eclipse Cross it is the perfect alternative when it comes to making your investment in a new vehicle. “said Shintaro Hirano, President and CEO of MMSC.
Every detail of Eclipse Cross is designed for a management that inspires confidence. With a turbocharged 1.5-liter direct injection engine, it generates 152 horsepower and 184 foot pounds of torque. It also includes, for the safety of all its passengers, systems such as blind spot warning, lane departure warning, adaptive travel control and subsequent cross traffic alert. The latter alerts the driver of any car that is passing through the back of the vehicle when it is backing up.

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