DETROIT – Mitusbishi Motor Corp. shows a trio of youth-focused concepts that officials promise embodies the auto maker’s global long-term direction. The Space Liner and Sport Utility Pack (SUP) first bowed at last October’s Tokyo Motor Show, while a cabriolet derivative of the SUP made its global debut. The Space Liner emphasizes its interior, which not only is spacious but also is meant to resemble a living room – complete with soft lights, plush carpeting and a couch in back. The ...

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