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The Mitsubishi Group is a group of autonomous Japanese companies carrying out a range of businesses under the Mitsubishi brand. The group forms a loose entity, known as the Mitsubishi Keiretsu, the top 25 companies of which are also members of the Mitsubishi "Friday Club", and meet monthly. Mitsubishi dominated events such as the Dakar rally in the
1990s with the Shogun, while at the same time other Mitsubishi vehicles such as the famous Lancer made their mark on the World Rally Championships winning the Championship an historic four consecutive times with vehicles which were basically showroom standard. Technologically this decade saw incredible advances in motoring and Mitsubishi was at the forefront of these exciting new times. In 1990 they introduced the worlds first Traction Control System, followed by 4WD which was selectable on the move and Multi-mode ABS. Overseas production expansion began with cars like the Carisma produced in Holland in 1995, a joint venture between Mitsubishi, Volvo and the Dutch government. In 2000, Mitsubishi and Daimler Chrysler developed a business partnership with Daimler Chrysler purchasing a 37% stake in Mitsubishi, but in 2004 Daimler Chrysler‘s stake in Mitsubishi was sold back to the Mitsubishi Family. However they have maintained a successful business relationship with Daimler Chrysler over the years and continue to share segment platforms and engines.

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