2010 Mitsubishi Full Line-Up
Leading edge technology and a host of thoughtful improvements for 2010 models
MISSISSAUGA, Ont. (January 5, 2010) – For 2010, Super All-Wheel Control (S-AWC) technology and a dramatically restyled front end for the popular Outlander SUV highlight a full lineup of innovative, efficient and forward thinking Mitsubishi vehicles.
Coming off a very successful 2009 sales year Mitsubishi Motor Sales of Canada Inc. (MMSCAN) have no intention of resting on their laurels. A host of improvements grace their 2010 lineup, but the big news is the boldly restyled Outlander compact SUV that features available Super All-Wheel Control (S-AWC) for the first time.
For the 2010 model year, seven Mitsubishi models in a variety of trim levels are offered. Passenger cars include the compact Lancer in DE, SE, GTS and Sportback GTS trim. High performance compacts include the Lancer Ralliart sedan and Sportback Ralliart, both with 237 hp and All-Wheel Control, plus the competition tested, 291 hp Lancer Evolution with Super All-Wheel Control, available in GSR and MR versions. The refined midsize Galant sedan is available in a fully equipped ES version. Next is the very popular compact Outlander SUV with four trim levels, the 4-cylinder ES 2WD and ES 4WD, the V6 powered LS 4WD and the truly luxurious XLS with S-AWC technology. The Mitsubishi Endeavor, our established midsize SUV, comes in fully equipped SE AWD trim for 2010. And lastly, the stunning sports duo of Eclipse Coupe and Eclipse Spyder, both available in GS or GT-P trim with 4-cylinder or V6 power. Both Eclipse Coupe and Eclipse Spyder are carryover 2009MY products this year.
Lancer for 2010 – Choose the engine, the level of luxury, the body style.
The 2010 Lancer is a five passenger, front wheel drive compact car available in both four door and five door body styles. Noted for excellent handling, unexpected amenities, fuel efficiency and superior value, Lancer is offered in three trim levels. Lancer DE sedan, is the well equipped base model, Lancer SE sedan, offers more features and luxury. Lancer GTS, a sedan, and Lancer Sportback GTS, a hatchback, feature more luxury, a larger engine and even better performance.
What’s new for 2010 – selected items
All models: Active Stability Control (ASC); intelligent washer; short-pole antenna; improved interior door trim; redesigned side air dam; new instrument panel gauge design;
Lancer DE: Anti-lock Brakes (ABS); centre door lock
Lancer SE: Redesigned 16” alloy wheels; rear spoiler deleted, Rockford audio system now 710 watts in optional Sun & Sound Package.
Lancer GTS/Sportback GTS: High contrast instrument cluster; colour Multi Information display; leather wrapped parking brake handle; Rockford-Fosgate® audio system now 710 watts in optional Sun & Sound Package.
Powertrain & Suspension – Lancer DE and SE feature a 2.0 litre, DOHC, MIVEC 4-cylinder engine producing 152 hp @ 6000 rpm and 146 lb-ft of torque @ 4240 rpm. The transmission is a 5-speed manual or Mitsubishi’s acclaimed continuously variable transmission (CVT). Lancer GTS and Sportback GTS feature the 2.4 litre MIVEC engine producing 168 hp @ 6000 rpm and 167 lb-ft of torque @ 4100 rpm. Available exclusively for the Lancer GTS and Sportback GTS is the 6-step Sportronic® mode CVT that allows the driver to manually control transmission operation using magnesium steering wheel paddle shifters. Also, GTS models combine a sport tuned suspension with 18-inch wheels, 215/45 R18 tires and larger brakes.
Style, Comfort, Convenience – The DE is the most affordable Lancer and comes with a long list of popular features. Lancer SE projects a sportier appearance with 16-in. alloy wheels, front and side air dams, fog lights, color-keyed door handles and mirrors and a chrome exhaust tip. The GTS and Sportback GTS are more aggressive with 10-spoke 18-in. alloy wheels, a rear spoiler and the 2.4 litre MIVEC engine. Inside, the instrument panel gauges are redesigned and all models except the DE have steering wheel mounted audio and cruise control switches. GTS and Sportback GTS feature a hands free Bluetooth® cellular phone interface system with voice recognition microphone as standard equipment.
Optional Extra Cost Packages – Convenience Package (DE); Sun & Sound (SE) and Sun & Sound Leather (GTS models).
Lancer Ralliart and Sportback Ralliart – attainable high performance
The 2010 Lancer Ralliart 4-door and Sportback Ralliart 5-door are high performance, all wheel drive compact cars. These recent additions to the Mitsubishi line up feature cutting edge technology and outstanding performance. And with 237 hp on tap they are perfectly positioned between the sporty 168 hp, Lancer GTS models and the outrageous 291 hp Lancer Evolution – of World Rally Championship heritage.
What’s new for 2010 – selected items
Standard Equipment: Hill Start Assist (HSA); colour Multi-Information Display; new instrument panel gauge design; intelligent washer; short-pole antenna; improved interior door trim; redesigned side air dam; leather wrapped parking brake handle
Premium Package Upgrades: Rockford audio system now 710 watts; HDD Navigation system now 40GB, music server portion now 10GB; sound insulator windshield glass
Powertrain & Suspension – The aluminum engine in Lancer Ralliart and Sportback Ralliart is a 2.0 litre, 16 valve, DOHC, MIVEC, intercooled and turbocharged design that develops 237 hp @ 6000 rpm and 253 lb-ft of torque @ 3000 rpm, and is mated to Mitsubishi’s 6-speed Twin Clutch Sportronic® Shift Transmission. TC-SST is an automated manual transmission that allows the driver to execute lightning quick, silky smooth, upshifts and downshifts using magnesium alloy steering wheel paddle shifters or a console mounted shifter. The TC-SST offers two drive modes, Normal or Sport. Full time All-Wheel Control (AWC) is also standard and features Mitsubishi’s Active Center Differential (ACD). The ACD unit employs an electronically controlled multi-plate clutch center differential, vectoring drive torque to the front and rear according to different driving conditions to realize the best balance between steering response and traction characteristics on tarmac, gravel, or snow surfaces. Lancer Ralliart is also equipped with a front helical and rear mechanical limited slip differentials. The front suspension uses MacPherson struts, including a strut tower bar, while the rear suspension is a multi-link design that features separate coil springs and shocks. Stabilizer bars are used front and rear. Standard wheels are an 18 inch, 10-spoke alloy design with 215/45R18 all season tires. Anti-lock brakes (ABS) with Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD) are standard Lancer Ralliart and Sportback Ralliart features as well as Active Stability Control (ASC) with Traction Control (TCL).
Unexpected luxury – Standard features include automatic climate control; steering wheel mounted cruise control; power locks and windows; leather wrapped sport-type steering wheel, RECARO® sport bucket driver and front passenger seats; and a 140 watt AM/FM/CD/MP3 head unit with six speakers, digital signal processor and speed compensated volume and equalization.
The available Premium Package includes a 710 watt (maximum) Rockford Fosgate Punch® premium sound system with nine speakers including a 10 inch dual voice coil subwoofer and a SIRIUS® satellite radio with six months complimentary subscription. This package also includes a 40GB HDD Navigation system including a 10GB music server; single CD/MP3/DVD capable, AM/FM head unit; auxiliary video input jack; power glass sunroof with sunshade; leather/sueded fabric RECARO® seats; FAST-Key entry system; auto rain-sensing wipers; auto on/off headlamp control and a Bluetooth® HFP system with voice recognition microphone.
The 2010 Lancer Evolution – high performance redefined
The 2010 Lancer Evolution represents the ultimate in road licensed Mitsubishi high performance sports sedans. It showcases several technologies, including a 291 hp, 2.0 litre DOHC, turbocharged-intercooled engine and Super All Wheel Control (S-AWC), a vehicle dynamic control network that provides an extraordinary level of control at individual wheels, going well beyond the capabilities of other all wheel drive systems. On February 11, 2009, Super All-Wheel Control was named best new technology by the Automotive Journalists Association of Canada (AJAC).
Two Lancer Evolution models are offered, the GSR and the MR. The GSR and MR are both meant for normal street use and as such have many comfort and convenience features as standard equipment. For 2010, the Premium Package is included on MR models and an extra cost Handling Package is available for GSR models.
What’s new for 2010 – selected items
Models: Base GSR has Lancer Ralliart type rear wing spoiler; GSR with available Handling Package has larger rear wing spoiler (formerly on MR models); MR model has no rear wing spoiler; Premium Package is now standard equipment on MR; RS model discontinued
Standard Equipment: colour Multi-Information Display; new instrument panel gauge design; intelligent washer; short-pole antenna; improved interior door trim; redesigned side air dam; leather wrapped parking brake handle; flat wiper blades
Available GSR Handling Package: Bilstein®/Eibach® suspension; 18 inch BBS forged alloy wheels; Brembo® 2-piece front rotors; large rear wing spoiler
Premium Package Upgrades: full leather seats, front and rear; Rockford audio system now 710 watts; HDD Navigation system now 40GB, music server portion now 10GB; Rain-sensing wipers and Auto light control; floor console box lids; chrome pin molding accent; rear wing spoiler deleted
Lancer Evolution GSR models feature a 5-speed manual transmission. MR models feature the 6-speed Twin-Clutch Sportronic® Shift Transmission (TC-SST), an automated manual transmission. MR models are also equipped with Bilstein® shock absorbers and Eibach® springs, two-piece Brembo® brake rotors for better heat dissipation, BBS® forged-alloy wheels, HID headlamps and additional interior features.
291 horsepower: a 2.0 litre intercooled-turbocharged engine
Lancer Evolution’s 4B11 engine is an intercooled-turbocharged 2.0 litre DOHC, 16-valve, MIVEC, inline 4-cylinder. It is built with a reinforced cast aluminum cylinder block. Aluminum is also used for the cylinder head and cover and the timing chain case. It produces 291 hp at 6,500 rpm and 300 lb-ft of peak torque at 4,000 rpm.
The TC-SST: A brilliant automated manual transmission
The 6-speed Twin Clutch Sportronic® Shift Transmission (TC-SST) is an automated manual transmission capable of executing lightning quick gear changes with no drop off in engine power. The TC-SST features both a console-mounted shifter and magnesium steering wheel paddle shifters. The TC-SST offers three drive modes – Normal, Sport and S-Sport – and within each, the driver may choose automatic or manual shifting.
Super All-Wheel Control (S-AWC)
Super All-Wheel Control (S-AWC) is an advanced vehicle dynamics control network that reads and reflects driver intent in real time. This system regulates drive torque at each wheel by controlling a network of dynamic handling technologies. These technologies include: Active Center Differential (ACD); Active Yaw Control (AYC) rear differential; Active Stability Control (ASC); and Sports ABS brakes; all of which provide feedback to the S-AWC system.
Chassis, Suspension & Brakes
Lancer Evolution is built on the global performance platform and gains further structural enhancements to the front and rear suspension areas to become the Lancer Evolution. The super-stiff structure, optimized chassis systems, wider use of aluminum for the engine, body, and chassis components, as well as greater use of high-tensile steel, all play important roles in the Super All-Wheel Control concept.
Lancer Evolution features its own unique suspension system including inverted struts in front and a rear multi-link configuration. Race-proven forged aluminum components help reduce unsprung weight. The MR and GSR models with the handing package feature Eibach® springs and Bilstein® shock absorbers.
The standard 18 x 8.5-inch wheels (Enkei® cast-alloy on GSR and BBS® forged-alloy on MR and GSR with the handing package) carry 245/40R18 Yokohama® ADVAN® asymmetrical performance tires. All models employ the same size Brembo® rotors, 351 mm (13.8 in.) diameter in front and 330 mm (13.0 in.) diameter in the rear. The MR and GSR models with the Handling Package use a two-piece front rotor construction to reduce weight and improve heat dissipation.
Attractive, convenient and comfortable
With brilliant performance assured, Mitsubishi has equipped the 2010 Lancer Evolution with a host of standard comfort and convenience features including: Recaro® front seats; colour keyed door handles & mirrors; fog lamps; sport leather wrapped steering wheel; leather wrapped gear knob; leather wrapped parking brake with chrome accent; aluminum pedals; tilt steering; power windows; central locking; variable intermittent wipers; remote trunk release; cruise control; automatic climate control; keyless entry; steering wheel mounted ACD controls (GSR); AM/FM/CD stereo with 6 speakers (GSR) and more. The MR model also features HID headlamps; body colour hood and fender vents; FAST-key entry system and extra sound insulation. In addition MR models feature the upgraded Premium Package as standard equipment.
Mitsubishi Outlander for 2010 – New front styling and available S-AWC
The 2010 Outlander is available in three trim levels and four drivetrain combinations. Outlander ES comes in both 2WD and 4WD versions and is powered exclusively by Mitsubishi’s excellent 2.4 litre engine. Outlander LS features driver selectable 4WD and V6 power. Outlander XLS also features V6 power plus the additional security and control of Super All-Wheel Control (S-AWC). Both LS and XLS models include a fold away third row seat allowing up to seven passengers. For 2010 Outlander models have something for everyone – offering value and technology, performance and safety – all in a restyled package.
What’s new for 2010 – selected items
All models: front end restyle; illuminated vanity mirrors; intelligent windshield washers; a short pole antenna; Hill Start Assist on 4WD models.
Outlander ES 4WD/LS: high grade seat fabric standard; Sun & Sound package includes 710W Rockford audio system and upgraded security system with motion detector.
Outlander LS/XLS: Standard 3.0 litre V6 horsepower is up from 220hp to 230hp with improved fuel economy; LED turn signals in exterior mirrors
Outlander XLS: Super All-Wheel Control (S-AWC) with Active Front Differential (electronic limited slip); High Intensity Discharge (HID) headlamps; high contrast instrument cluster; colour Multi Information display; 10 GB music server (Navi & Entertainment Pkg)
Note: On February 11, 2009, the Lancer Evolution version of S-AWC was named best new technology by the Automotive Journalists Association of Canada (AJAC).
Powertrain & Suspension – The 2010 Outlander is offered in three trim levels – ES, LS and XLS – and four drivetrain combinations. Outlander ES is available in both FWD and 4WD versions and is powered by Mitsubishi’s 2.4 litre, DOHC, MIVEC 4 cylinder engine producing 168 hp @ 6000 and 167 lb-ft of torque @ 4100 and coupled to Mitsubishi’s Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT). LS models feature the 3.0 litre, SOHC, MIVEC V6 now producing 230 hp @ 6250 rpm and 215 lb-ft of torque @ 4000 rpm. Transmission is a six-speed Sportronic® automatic and LS models are equipped with Mitsubishi’s 4WD electronic All-Wheel Control system (AWC) combined with Active Stability Control (ASC) and Traction Control to ensure improved grip and safety in all road and weather conditions.
XLS models also feature the 3.0 litre, V6 engine with the six-speed Sportronic® automatic transmission, but also include magnesium steering wheel mounted shifter paddles for increased driver involvement. In addition, XLS models are equipped with Super All-Wheel Control (S-AWC) with Active Front Differential (AFD). This advanced full time all wheel drive technology is capable of varying the amount of torque sent left or right, where the AFD functions as an electronic limited slip differential, and from front to rear. S-AWC works in conjunction with Active Stability Control (ASC) and Traction Control.
Outlander is a driver’s SUV. Its independent front suspension employs a strut tower bar to enhance lateral rigidity for precise steering response and the rear multilink system provides an excellent balance of handling and ride comfort. Brakes are large ventilated discs in the front and solid discs in the rear. Outlander ES and LS feature 16-inch alloy wheels with 215/70 R16 tires. XLS models feature newly styled, seven spoke, 18 inch alloy wheels with 225/55 R18 all-season tires.
Style, Comfort & Convenience –Tinted rear glass is standard on all models and XLS models have a silver roof rack and a standard power moonroof. Outlander offers room for five or seven, in LS and XLS models. The second row seat moves fore and aft and features 60/40 split fold-and-tumble seat backs. The seatbacks also recline, and Outlander’s flap-fold tailgate makes loading a snap. Standard equipment includes air conditioning and a 140-watt audio system with AM/FM/CD/MP3 playback capability, six speakers and speed compensated volume.
Premium Technology – On LS and XLS models, the standard FAST Key entry system allows passive vehicle unlocking and engine start/stop. XLS models can be optionally equipped with a HDD 40-gigabyte navigation system with 10GB Music Server and a DVD rear seat entertainment system with a nine-inch wide-format LCD screen. A 710-watt Rockford-Fosgate® Premium Audio system with digital signal processing and hands-free calling through Bluetooth® wireless technology are standard on XLS and available on ES and LS models. In addition XLS models include luxury items such as leather seating surfaces (front and second rows), a power adjustable driver’s seat and Sportronic® steering wheel paddle shifters.
Mitsubishi Endeavor – A midsize SUV
The Mitsubishi Endeavor is a contemporary, midsize four door, five passenger, all wheel drive (AWD) SUV built on a modern unibody chassis. Distinctively styled, Endeavor features the driving and handling characteristics of a car while still being capable of light off-road duties. Well equipped and very functional with plenty of interior room, Endeavor for 2010 is available in one trim level, the Endeavor SE AWD, which is powered by a fuel efficient 3.8 litre, 225 hp V6 engine.
What’s new for 2010 – selected items
Models: Endeavor SE AWD (all wheel drive)
Exterior: new grille design; new rear hatch design; fog lamps; 17 inch seven spoke brushed alloy wheels
Interior: Leather seating surfaces; Bluetooth hands free phone system; cargo cover
Powertrain, Suspension and Brakes
Endeavor SE is powered by a responsive 3.8 litre, SOHC, 24 valve, V6 engine that produces 225 hp at 5000 rpm, peak torque of 255 lb-ft at 3750 rpm, and is mated to a 4 speed Sportronic® automatic transmission. The all wheel drive (AWD) feature utilizes a transfer case that combines a bevel gear centre differential with a viscous coupling to achieve a 50/50 torque split between the front and rear wheels.
Precise handling is the result of a well engineered suspension system. The front design uses MacPherson struts with the addition of a large rigid cross-member to help control torsional flexing. The rear design utilizes an advanced multi-link configuration with trailing arms and coil springs. Hydroformed cross members help to reduce flex and road noise and stabilizer bars are used front and rear. Large front brakes are ventilated discs and rear brakes are solid discs. Towing capacity is 1588 kg or 3500 lbs.
Luxury, Comfort and Convenience – everything is standard equipment
Endeavor SE includes many amenities such as: Bluetooth® hands-free phone system with voice recognition • manual air conditioning • one touch power glass sunroof • 360W Rockford Acoustic Design® 6 CD audio system with 9 speakers and steering wheel mounted audio controls • Sirius® Satellite Radio with six month complimentary subscription • 8-way power adjustable driver’s seat • premium leather seating surfaces • heated front seats • power windows, doors, locks and side mirrors • keyless entry • fog lights • rear tinted privacy glass • intermittent rear window wiper/washer • 60:40 rear seat, dual vanity mirrors • rear heater ducts • 12-volt accessory outlet • black/grey gauges with chrome rings and Ice-blue LED illumination • and 17 inch, seven spoke brushed alloy wheels with P235/65R17 M+S rated tires.
Thoughtful utility – It makes a lot of sense
Large doors and ideal ride height facilitate easy entry and exit. A large and flat cargo floor facilitates loading. The easy to operate tailgate swings high enough to clear tall heads and the cargo area can accommodate a four foot wide sheet of plywood. And roof rails are standard equipment.
Mitsubishi Galant – A refined and sophisticated sedan
Restyled for 2010, Mitsubishi Galant is a modern, well equipped, five passenger, four door, front wheel drive, midsize sedan available in a single trim level, the Galant ES.
Models & Powertrain –Galant ES, the only model available for 2010, is powered by a 2.4 litre, SOHC, MIVEC 4-cylinder engine producing160 hp @ 5500 rpm and 157 lb.-ft torque @ 4000 rpm, coupled with a 4-speed Sportronic® automatic transmission. Ideally suited to a young family, Galant ES is well engineered, comfortable, fuel efficient, roomy, and represents excellent value in this competitive segment.
What’s new for 2010 – selected items
Models: ES only (GT and Ralliart V6 models have been discontinued)
Exterior: 16 inch alloy wheels; blacked out headlamps (09 GT style); side air dams (09 Ralliart style); new grille and lower grille mesh
Interior: Black cloth interior seat fabric; black woodgrain trim; auxiliary audio input jack
Safety: Standard Active Stability Control (ASC) and Traction Control (TCL)
Comfort and Convenience
The 2010 Galant ES is a well equipped, refined automobile. Some key features include a 140-watt Mitsubishi AM/FM/CD/MP3 with playback capability and 6 speakers; auxiliary input jack; manual air conditioning; trunk access pass through; remote keyless entry; a 6-way adjustable driver’s seat. Exterior features include new 16 inch alloy wheels with P215/60R16 all-season tires;
Suspension & Braking
The proven MacPherson strut front suspension system attaches to a sub-frame with a large, rigid cross member for responsive handling and reduced noise and vibration. A low mounted, multi-link rear suspension features stiff hydro-formed cross members that minimize flex and help reduce road noise. Galant ES is equipped with ventilated front and solid rear disc brakes, an anti-lock braking system (ABS) with Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD), and Active Stability Control (ASC) with Traction Control (TCL).
Mitsubishi Eclipse Coupe and Eclipse Spyder – Luxury Sports Cars
Mitsubishi Eclipse Coupe and Spyder are carryover 2009 models and are not available as 2010 model year products.
Designed for the North American market, these two door, four passenger, luxury sports cars are both available in two distinct trim levels, the fully featured GS and the seriously powerful and luxurious GT-P version.
Powertrain – The Eclipse GS is powered by Mitsubishi’s 2.4 litre, 16 valve, SOHC four cylinder MIVEC engine producing 162 hp @ 6000 rpm and 162 lb-ft of torque @ 4000 rpm. The GT-P models come with a 3.8-litre, 24 valve, SOHC MIVEC V6, producing 265 hp @ 5750 rpm and 262 lb-ft of torque @ 4500 rpm. Transmissions are a 5 speed manual or optional 4 speed Sportronic® automatic for the GS, and a 6 speed manual or optional 5 speed Sportronic® automatic for the GT-P.
Suspension & Braking – Fully independent suspension provides superior stability, excellent ride quality and precise, predictable handling. The front end uses MacPherson struts with a rigid cross-member to help control torsional flexing. The rear utilizes a multi-link configuration with trailing arms and coil springs. Anti-sway bars are employed at both front and rear. Disc brakes are standard. Large front ventilated discs measure 294mm in diameter. Rear brakes are 262mm solid discs on the GS, and 284mm ventilated discs on GT-P models. Also standard is anti-lock braking (ABS) and electronic brakeforce distribution (EBD).
Comfort, Convenience, Luxury –Customers may choose from two instrument panel and dash colour schemes. Front bucket seats have open headrests for enhanced rear visibility. Standard on Eclipse Coupe GT-P (optional on GS) and standard on all Spyder models is a Rockford Fosgate® premium audio system with 6 disc, in-dash, CD/MP3 player, 9 speakers including an 10” subwoofer (8” in the Spyder), PUNCH® Audio Dynamics, with steering wheel mounted controls. GT-P models include automatic climate control, leather front seating surfaces, adjustable 6 way power driver’s seat, aluminum pedals, and 18” Lipless multi-spoke alloy wheels.
The Eclipse Spyder Top – Once activated the automatic power top folds completely out of sight, underneath a flush fitting powered tonneau cover. The entire operation, from start to totally hidden, takes about 19 seconds. Viewed from the side there is no unsightly “baby buggy bump”, just a graceful profile. Spyder’s top is made of woven cloth and its advanced multilayer construction includes a full headliner which provides a cozy, snug, quiet feeling when raised. It is engineered to resist ballooning at speed and to provide a quiet environment. It also features a glass rear window with a defroster.
Note: See the individual 2010 press releases and highlights documents for complete details of individual models.
Mitsubishi “10-5-5” Warranty – Best Backed Cars in the World
Mitsubishi cars and sport utility vehicles are backed by a comprehensive “10-5-5” warranty. The powertrain is covered by a 10 year or 160,000 km limited warranty. The new vehicle limited warranty is covered for 5 years or 100,000 km. Lancer Evolution, Lancer Sportback Ralliart and Lancer Ralliart are backed by a comprehensive "5-3-5" warranty. The powertrain is covered by a 5 year or 100,000 km limited warranty. The new vehicle limited warranty is covered for 3 years or 60,000 km. The program also includes, on all Mitsubishi cars and sport utility vehicles, 24/7 emergency roadside assistance with free towing to the nearest authorized Mitsubishi retailer for warranty related repairs, for 5 years and unlimited km and an anti-corrosion/perforation limited warranty for any body sheet metal panel found to have developed perforation (metal rust-through) due to corrosion in normal use for 5 years and unlimited km.