Two other Ralliart Style concepts were revealed.
The only real upgrades are larger brakes.
Mitsubishi came relatively late to the US and took forever to officially land in Canada. By the mid-to-late 2000s, the name Ralliart was affixed to a few vehicles including the 8th generation Lancer. The moniker gained real street-cred with the 9th generation Sportback Ralliart but Mitsubishi has now, once more, diluted one of its products.
Ralliart was synonymous with rallying, hence the name. Mitsubishi created this sub-brand for its WRC efforts and despite incredible success in the sport, Ralliart is now the car company’s aftermarket accessory arm.
This somewhat explains the Vision Ralliart, and Outlander and Eclipse Cross Ralliart Style Concepts. The Vision Concept features flared front and rear wheel arches, and a large rear diffuser (shown in the original teaser image), and much of the vehicle is matte-black with blue highlights. The only “mechanical” upgrades are 22-inch wheels and larger brakes.
The two Ralliart Style vehicles are equipped with a number of Ralliart accessories, are painted White Diamond with various red-garnished aero add-ons, black alloy wheels, and more.
If there was hope that Mitsubishi was planning to revive the Ralliart name with a true performance iteration of one of their vehicles, it looks as though it was only a tease.