Lasershow Spectacular at Stone Mountain
Labor Day weekend is drawing nearer and Stone Mountain Park is looking to offer visitors and locals alike an experience they’ll never forget. With attractions and events spanning the entire weekend, there’s plenty to do and even more to see! From adventure courses to the Lasershow Spectacular, there’s plenty of reasons to come by Stone Mountain Park this Labor Day.
Stone Mountain Park is open from 10:30 am to 8 pm Saturday through Monday. Take on SkyHike, the largest adventure course in the United States. Chill in the summer sun at Geyser Towers. Experience a breathtaking view from the top of the mountain on the Summit Skyride.
Once all the daily activities are closed down, the real fun begins. For attendees who plan on staying after dark, Stone Mountain Park is putting on a Lasershow Spectacular with new effects. Three flame cannons send pillars of flames nearly 100 feet into the air. New multi-colored fireworks burst into the air and play across the water. Taking place Labor Day weekend at 9 p.m., it’s an event you’ll never forget!
We here at Heritage Mitsubishi hope to see you at the Lasershow Spectacular at Stone Mountain Park this Labor Day!
Preview of the Paris Auto Show
The Paris Auto Show is approaching fast and Mitsubishi is one of the first attendees to unveil its plans. The Japanese automaker decided to tease fans with a silhouette image of what looks like an SUV, something the Mitsubishi lineup is lacking. While sales are increasing in the crossover and SUV markets, the time is ripe for Mitsubishi to blow the automotive market away.
The teaser image features a futuristic-looking concept powered by a hybrid drive train. Currently going by the name Grand Tourer, Mitsubishi is billing the concept vehicle as an upscale SUV. While the image doesn’t show much in terms of design, Mitsubishi was a little more forthcoming with the details.
The concept SUV will boast the Dynamic Shield design language, namely a thin, high-mounted grille and slim, long headlights. Mitsubishi claims that the design is made up of four important elements: Japanese craftsmanship, solid thrust, augmented possibilities, and functional beauty.
Other than that, Mitsubishi is keeping the intricate details to themselves until the Paris Auto Show officially kicks off. The Grand Tourer concept will feature four-wheel drive and will have the capability to drive on electricity for short treks.
While it’s possible the Grand Tourer could share parts with the Outlander plug-in hybrid, Mitsubishi isn’t saying anything just yet.
Here at Heritage Mitsubishi, we can’t wait for the Paris Auto Show to finally begin!