Mitsubishi GS platform

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Mitsubishi GS platform
Overview
Manufacturer Mitsubishi Motors
DaimlerChrysler
Chrysler Group LLC
Also called "Project Global"
Chrysler GS platform
Chrysler PM/MK & JS platforms
Production 2005-present
Body and chassis
Class Compact (C)
Mid-size (D)
Large MPV (M)
Compact Crossover (J)
Mid-size Crossover (J)
Layout Front engine, Front wheel drive/four-wheel drive
Body style(s) 2-door convertible
4-door sedan
5-door SUV
5-door hatchback
5-door minivan
Vehicles Chrysler 200
Chrysler Sebring
Citroën C-Crosser
Citroën C4 Aircross
Dodge Avenger
Dodge Caliber
Dodge Journey/Fiat Freemont
Jeep Compass
Jeep Patriot
Mitsubishi Delica
Mitsubishi Lancer
Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X
Mitsubishi Racing Lancer
Mitsubishi Outlander
Mitsubishi RVR/ASX/Outlander Sport
Peugeot 4007
Peugeot 4008
Proton Inspira
Powertrain
Engine(s) Gasoline/Petrol Engines:
Chrysler GEMA I4
Mitsubishi 4B1 I4
Mitsubishi 4N1 I4
Mitsubishi 4A9 I4
PSA EW I4
Mitsubishi 6B3 V6
Chrysler LH V6
Chrysler SOHC V6
Chrysler Pentastar V6
Diesel engines:
PSA DW I4
VW I4
Mercedes-Benz I4
JTD I4
Chronology
Predecessor Chrysler PL platform
Chrysler JR platform
Successor Fiat Compact platform (Chrysler Products)

The GS platform (also known as "Project Global" by Mitsubishi) is a compact car platform co-developed by Mitsubishi Motors and DaimlerChrysler, which underpins the companies' compact cars. After DaimlerChrysler and Mitsubishi went their separate ways in 2004, DaimlerChrysler made substantial changes to the platform.[1] The modified GS platform is now called JS platform by DCX for mid-size cars and PM/MK for compact cars. All cars from Mitsubishi using the GS platform are made in Japan, starting with the 2005 Mitsubishi Outlander crossover SUV. PM/MK vehicles from Chrysler are assembled at Belvidere Assembly in Belvidere, Illinois (Dodge Caliber and Jeep Compass) and JS Vehicles at the Sterling Heights Assembly (Chrysler 200 and Dodge Avenger). Chrysler stated that the 200's predecessor, the Chrysler Sebring, and Avenger were not using the GS platform, though that was their starting point.[2]

Current vehicles[edit]

Mitsubishi[edit]

Chrysler/Fiat[edit]

PSA[edit]

Proton[edit]

References[edit]

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  11. ^ Tan, Paul. "Proton P3-90A based on Mitsubishi Lancer preview drive". Paultan.org. Retrieved 2012-05-31.