Mitsubishi official partner of Spartan Race Italia 2018
Mitsubishi Motors Italia will be a partner for the 2018 Spartan Race Italia, providing the organizers of the most incredible, difficult and exciting obstacle course in the world, two sports utility trucks Mitsubishi L200.
The Tokyo-based sport truck will put its unique features at the disposal of the organizers: state-of-the-art performance, large interior spaces for 5 people, a powerful and efficient engine, top-of-the-range safety equipment such as the Mitsubishi Active Stability & Traction Control (MASC / MATC) and the Trailer Stability Assist (TSA), both standard on the entire range and, as traditionally Mitsubishi, four-wheel drive, which on the L200 means Super Select 4WD-II.
All features that will allow the Spartan Race team to face the logistical challenges that the organization of such a demanding competition poses in complete safety. “We are pleased to announce the collaboration between Mitsubishi Motors Italia and Spartan Race Italia – comments Moreno Seveso, General Manager Mitsubishi Motors Italia – Our sports utility truck L200 shares the spirit of this challenging and beautiful competition: muscularity, sportiness, endurance and solidity. We can not but appreciate the athletes who compete in the Spartan Race, a challenge with themselves to overcome their limits, facing beautiful and challenging paths, moving the bar higher every time. These are values that perfectly represent our ‘Drive Your Ambition‘ claim and that perfectly align with the characteristics of Mitsubishi L200, the pick-up to face the most difficult challenges “.
Spartan Race Italia proudly welcomes the debut at its Mitsubishi Motors races with its own special L200, pick-up with universally envied features.
On Saturday, Maggiora OffRoad, in Piedmont, will baptize the prestigious combination of brand # 1 in their respective worlds: L200 for pick-ups and Spartan for obstacle races.
A total of five Italian stages of the Spartan Race 2018 will be: it starts on Saturday 24 March from Maggiora (NO), then goes to Orte (VT) on 28 April, Campi Bisenzio (FI) on 2 June, Alleghe (BL) on 30 June and 1 July to finish in Misano Adriatico (RN) on 15 September.