All new Mitsubishi Delica will not be getting technology from Nissan
The current generation Mitsubishi Delica was first launched back in 2006, and is eleven years old now. Thus, as a part of its mid-term strategy called the ‘Drive for Growth’ for the period 2017-2019, Mitsubishi has confirmed a full model change for the Mitsubishi Delica.
The next generation Mitsubishi Delica is a part of the company’s business strategy for its home market, Japan. The all new Mitsubishi Delica was thought to be getting Nissan technology, as the Nissan has acquired 34 percent share in Mitsubishi. Mitsubishi is now a part of the Renault-Nissan Alliance, which has been recently named as the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance and with the formation of auto maker alliance, Mitsubishi will get access to the shared platforms, engines and technology. However, it has come to light that as the next-gen Mitsubishi Delica development had already started before Nissan’s share acquisition in Mitsubishi, the new upcoming Delica will not be getting technology from Nissan. This has been confirmed by the President of Mitsubishi Motors, Osamu Masuko, as per a report from Japan.