Mitsubishis are a long-standing and beloved brand, and it seems as if they’ll always be around in some form or another.

They’re still around for the next generation of cars and trucks, too.

We’ve seen many different models with different exterior styling and styling cues over the years, but we’ve only seen one with a fully functional sedan: the STS-V.

Now, the ST is getting its first official look in a new Mitsubashi concept car, which is rumored to have the same design language as the previous-generation ST.

This is the first time we’re hearing the ST will come to market, and we’re looking forward to see what kind of car Mitsubis future will bring.

What is the ST?

The ST is the Mitsubashis first-ever fully-autonomous vehicle, which means it can drive itself without human input, and has a fully-functioning interior, a power-to-weight ratio, and an engine of up to 250 hp (197 kW).

It’s got a huge front trunk with four seats and a fold-down rear seat, but you can fold it back down to get into the backseat.

It also comes with a full-height roof that can fold down for a car-like bed.

It has four different driver modes: driver-assist, lane assist, lane-keep assist, and adaptive cruise control.

It has a 6.1-liter V-6 engine with a 598 horsepower (482 kW) and a 609 lb.-ft. of torque (540 Nm).

You can get it with an electric motor as well.

The car will be available in 2019.

The STS is powered by a 3.0-liter turbocharged diesel engine, which produces an average of 235 horsepower (193 kW) at 6,800 rpm.

The electric motor produces 365 hp (255 kW) on the supercharger, which sends power to the rear wheels via the six-speed manual transmission.

It will come with a six-speaker audio system.

The driver’s seat is covered in a soft leather.

There’s also a large, foldable rear seat.

There are two doors on each side of the front seats.

You can fold the back seat back down for storage, and there’s a built-in solar panel for charging your phone.

The interior has a very basic design with an all-steel, all-glass, and stainless steel interior.

The rear seats have folding front and rear bumpers and a dual-zone climate control system.

The seats are removable and you can customize them to your liking.

You can find the STs price starting at $55,000, which includes a driver’s-assistance package.

You’ll need an HTML5 capable browser to see this content.ACTIVE EVIDENCEThe Mitsubaki STS Concept car.

The Mitshibashi STS.

The interior of the Mitshibishi STS, which has the same styling as the ST.

This Mitshibitsu STS concept.

We’ve seen some concept cars with a hatchback version, but none of them had a full suspension, even though Mitsubushi has a long history with luxury sedans.

The ST will be different.

It features a supercharged V-12 engine that delivers up to 500 hp (482 kw) and 550 lb.-f (330 Nm) of torque.

The supercharged engine is supposed to have an output of up “tens of thousands of horsepower,” but it won’t be the only thing you’ll be able to see from this car.

Mitsubas team will be putting a lot of effort into the car’s interior design, too, and they have already released a teaser video of the interior.

Here’s the interior of a Mitshibike STS car, where the rear seats fold back down.

We also see a sunroof.

The next-generation Mitsubiki STS looks like this, with a more modern design.

Mitshibashis current ST will also be getting a second model, but it’s still not clear whether or not the first one will be the first.

This is a Mitsubisha STS from 2019.

This car will have a fully automated driver-only driving mode.

The driver will be able drive himself in all of the available modes.

The current Mitshibis ST will still have a hatch back, but this new model will be completely electric.

The engine will be an electric unit, too: an electric motorset with 6,200 hp (675 kW) rated at 8,500 rpm and a power to weight ratio of 1,000 lb.-lb. (2,200 Nm), according to the company.

Mitsubs new ST will have an electric steering system as well as a front-row air suspension with an adjustable ride height.

The upcoming Mitsubits first electric car will feature