CANBERRA – Mitsubishi Motors Australia Ltd. announces its all-new, highly anticipated Australian large car will be known as the Mitsubishi 380, dumping the current Magna and Verada nameplates. Scheduled for release at the Australian International Motor Show in Sydney in mid-October, the new car previously was widely known by its codename PS41. There had been widespread speculation that it might be called the Galant, used in the North American market. The “380” replaces ...

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