When Mitsubishi brought back the Ralliart name as an accessories pack, fans weren't exactly thrilled about it. Known by enthusiasts as Mitsubishi's in-house tuning division, Ralliart helped propel the Lancer Evolution in the World Rally Championship (WRC) podium. Nowadays, Ralliart is closely associated with stickers, decals, and a number of accessories.

Clearly, it wasn't exactly the revival Mitsubishi (and Ralliart) fans had hoped for. Still, it's nice to see the Ralliart brand used once again by the Japanese automaker. After revealing dressed-up versions of the Strada and Montero Sport in Thailand, Mitsubishi has revealed new Ralliart accessories for its crossovers and minivans in Japan.

Mitsubishi gives Outlander, ASX, Delica the Ralliart look image

Starting with the RVR (aka the ASX), it gets new front and rear skid plates, mudflaps, a tailgate spoiler, and even floor mats inside the vehicle. As an added touch, the skid plates and doors get a red accent that gives the ASX a sportier vibe.

Mitsubishi gives Outlander, ASX, Delica the Ralliart look image

Next is the Outlander which gets similar accessories as the ASX. However, this one comes with extras like a front skid trim, side under garnishes, and three-piece rear bumper appliques. The Eclipse Cross also gets the same treatment and upgrades as the Outlander.

Mitsubishi gives Outlander, ASX, Delica the Ralliart look image

Last but not least is the Delica. It's the only minivan that gets the Ralliart look and is equipped with foglight garnishes, blacked-out front bumper kit, and a three-piece rear bumper garnish. The Delica is also the only vehicle to come with Ralliart side mirror covers.

Other general accessories available include a dark chrome-plated frame for license plates, a license frame bolt set, black wheel locks/lug nuts, and a Ralliart-branded engine start/stop button.

Mitsubishi gives Outlander, ASX, Delica the Ralliart look image

With Mitsubishi releasing more Ralliart kits for its models, we're hoping they'll also offer performance upgrades in the future. But with the way things are currently looking, it could be a longshot before that happens.