Mar 10, 2010 – In a letter issued to its customers, Ralliart, a.anese high-performance subsidiary of Mitsubishi, has announced that it is closing its doors. The company's business case has apparently faded, a victim of the wilting domestic aftermarket scene as well as its lack of continued motorsports involvement.

It was responsible for development and preparation of the company's rally racing and off-road racing vehicles, as well as the development of high-performance models and parts available to the public. Ralliart scaled down its business activities in April 2010, though the brand will continue to be used by Mitsubishi.

Ralliart announces it is closing its doors – posted in General Car Discussion: In a letter issued to its customers, Ralliart, a.anese high-performance … Some years back, many were discussing Mitsubishi Motors were on the verge of bankrupt, pulled out of WRC, many in car forums (even this one) say dun …

Mar 10, 2010 – Mitsubishi's performance subsidiary Ralliart, responsible for supporting the company's past WRC and Dakar efforts, will wind down operations this month. With poor sales they've decided to kill the arm of the company helping make fast cars faster. UPDATE.

Mar 11, 2010 – Ralliart announces its officially closing its doors on April 1, 2010. No, it's not an April Fool's joke. In a letter to its customers, Ralliart Inc.'s president, Masao Taguchi blames the downward turn in the economy for the need to cease operations. Along with scaling down the business, Ralliart will also be ceasing …