It’s been years since Mitsubishi offered a luxury sedan, but the Japanese automaker has just brought back its Proudia and Dignity monikers, offering two luxury sedan models over in Japan.
If the luxury sedans look familiar, they should. Based on the Infiniti M models, the Proudia is the standard model while the Dignity is a long wheelbase variant based on the Infiniti M35hL LWB that’s available in China. The two models are a result of an OEM deal with the Nissan Group and Mitsubishi didn’t do much to differentiate it from the existing M models. Changes include the automaker’s waterfall front grille, a different front bumper, and of course Mitsubishi badges.
For the Proudia, Japanese buyers can opt for either a 3.7-liter V6 with 328-hp in rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive, or a 2.5-liter V6 with 222-hp in rear-wheel drive only. The Dignity comes in at 5.9 inches longer than the Proudia and has the same hybrid powertrain found in the M35hL LWB which is a 3.5-liter V6 paired to an electric motor for a combined output of 359-hp.
Based on current conversion rates the Proudia starts at $50,400 while the Dignity has a starting price of $105,200.