Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (commonly referred to as Mitsubishi Motors) is a Japanese multinational automaker based in Minato, Tokyo. Mitsubishi Motors was the sixth-largest Japanese automaker by production in 2011 and the nineteenth-largest worldwide. Mitsubishi has been a member of the Renault–Nissan–Mitsubishi Alliance since October 2016, when Nissan acquired a third (34%) stake in the company. Apart from being a member of the Renault–Nissan–Mitsubishi Alliance, it is also a subsidiary of Mitsubishi keiretsu, Japan's former largest industrial conglomerate, which was formed in 1970 from Mitsubishi Heavy Industries' automotive division.
Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Company, which manufactures cargo vehicles, buses, and heavy construction equipment, was formerly a subsidiary of Mitsubishi Motors, but is now owned by Daimler AG, a German automobile conglomerate (though Mitsubishi continues to own a small stake). The Mitsubishi Model A, Japan's first series-production sedan, was unveiled in 1917 by the Mitsubishi Shipbuilding Co., Ltd. It was an entirely hand-made seven-seater sedan based on the Fiat Tipo 3, but it was prohibitively expensive in comparison to its American and European mass-produced counterparts, and only 22 were built until it was discontinued in 1921.
Mitsubishi Shipbuilding was combined with Mitsubishi Aircraft Co. in 1934. Mitsubishi Aircraft Co. was established in 1920 to produce aircraft engines and other components. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) was the combined company's name, and it was Japan's biggest private company. MHI specialised in helicopters, vehicles, freight cars, and equipment, but in 1937 it produced the PX33, a military-style concept sedan. It was the first passenger car produced in Japan with full-time four-wheel drive, a technology the company would revisit nearly fifty years later in its search for motorsport and sales growth.
In January 2005, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) joined Mitsubishi Corporation and Mitsubishi Tokyo Financial Group in a 540 billion emergency rescue of Mitsubishi Motors. MHI acquired 50 billion in Mitsubishi Motors shares as part of the rescue, bringing its equity share to 15% and re-establishing the automaker as an affiliate. The emergency rescue came four years after a product recall controversy in Japan, which was sparked by allegations that Mitsubishi Motors was systematically hiding production failures to avert recalls, as well as marketing issues in the United States.
Mitsubishi established a manufacturing facility in Normal, Illinois, in 1988. The factory was originally a joint venture between Chrysler and Diamond-Star Motors, but Chrysler sold its interest in the plant to Mitsubishi in 1993. Mitsubishi Motors Manufacturing America was the facility's name until 1995. (MMMA). The plant manufactured over 222,000 vehicles a year at its peak in 2000, but due to Mitsubishi's downturn in North America, it has been operating at a fraction of its size for years. Finally, Mitsubishi revealed in July 2015 that the plant would close in November, but that it would continue to market cars in North America. The plant manufactured just 69,000 vehicles in 2014, around a quarter of its production. The plant's production ceased on November 30, 2015, and the majority of the workers were laid off. The factory continued to manufacture spare parts with a small workforce until May 2016, when it was officially closed.
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