Mitsubishi Motors CEO Rolf Eckrodt said on Wednesday that he was confident about turning around the company's rickety domestic fortunes, forecasting a 13% jump in sales this year despite stagnant car demand in Japan, Reuters reported. The news agency said Mitsubishi's passenger car sales plunged 12% in the business year ended March 31 due to a dearth of new models as the car maker concentrated on restructuring itself after a crippling recall scandal three years ago.