Mitsubishi does not need subwoofers and TV screens

The news that Mitsubishi was seeking West Coast Customs to recreate their first car, the 1917 Model A, was pretty disappointing. Here’s a friendly reminder that Mitsus don’t need useless gimmicks to be cool. That is all.

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6 Responses to Mitsubishi does not need subwoofers and TV screens

  1. BlitzPig says:

    Trouble is that all manufacturers need those goofy electronic gizmos to get younger customers to even look at their lineups.

    And frankly, Mitsubishi needs all the help they can get as they are pretty much in the bottom tier of Japanese imports in terms of quality and product offerings.

    They were never in the same league as Honda or Toyota.

  2. Mercilessmings says:

    I weep for humanity…….

  3. I’ve been saying, this isn’t a real company. I’m convinced that they’re a front for the Yakuza so they can launder money. No company consistently makes this many bad decisions.

  4. Negishi no Keibajo says:

    Stick to air conditioners…

    While they’re at it, fer cryin’ out loud, getcher act together with MRJ. What should have been a great jet is turning into an embarrassment (kinda like Honda & F1). C’mon…

  5. Noel says:

    Well but we could give another chance to Mitsubishi so they could come back so they could come back doing Motorsports and Electronics and commercial too.

  6. Randy says:

    Recreating a car from their first year is a nice, little PR thing, I think. Too bad none of the originals survived, but with only 22 made, the odds were NOT in their favor.

    I DO hope Mitsu makes the turnaround they need, and not go like Oldsmobile (100 years and gone).

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