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Mitsubishi Motors Is one of the divisions of the Japanese corporation Mitsubishi which since 2016 has been controlled by the Nissan group forming the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance creating one of the largest automobile groups of the world. At the end of World War One this division was created originally manufactured engines of aircraft that became employed in World War II. Mitsubishi means “three diamonds” and refers to the three diamond logo, which was adopted in March 1873 by the first company in the Mitsubishi group. The logo, in its current form, has been registered since 1914. In 1917, it became the first Japanese automobile company to manufacture a series car in Japan, the “A” model.