Mitsubishis new Lancer Eclipse 2010 has a more aggressive styling and a new engine, but it still retains the same premium look and feel.
The biggest change is the addition of the rear air intake, which the previous Lancer model did not feature.
The rear air intakes have now been relocated into the hood and sides, which allows them to work in conjunction with the new air intakes in the sidepod.
The engine also has a new intake design, and now uses a turbocharger instead of a camshaft.
The car’s interior is still dominated by the new car’s big black interior, with a new touch of white.
The top of the new Eclipse’s dashboard has been redesigned with a full-colour LCD display, while the sidepods now feature LED indicators.
The interior also features new features, including a new centre console, and a power switch that lets you adjust the power output and the car’s temperature.
You can now choose from six different leather seats, two different colour seats, and two different stitching options, as well as the new seatbelt covers.
The Eclipse is now available in Australia and New Zealand, and it will be available in Japan from November.