TOKYO — One look at Mitsubishi’s unimaginative Concept-ZT should convince any doubters that this Japanese automaker just doesn’t design great sedans. Under the skin, it’s a different story.
The Concept-ZT is slightly larger than the Galant, but its bland styling hardly justifies its positioning by Mitsubishi as a “premier sedan.” Of considerable interest to techies, however, is the car’s aluminum space-frame construction and use of high-strength recyclable plastic for the hood, fenders, doors and deck lid. The Concept-ZT also employs “green” plastic throughout the cabin, which — fortunately — is also trimmed in wood, metal and leather.
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Photo courtesy of Mitsubishi Motor Sales of America