Mitsubishi Concept Cars at Tokyo Motor Show
At the 46th Tokyo Motor Show 2019, two Mitsubishi concept cars are making their global premiere. Other exhibits that Mitsubishi is displaying include the Outlander PHEV, the MITSUBISHI ENGELBERG TOURER, the Delica D:5, the Eclipse Cross, and the eK Cross.
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Exhibits on the Mitsubishi Motors Corporation booth
The MI-TECH CONCEPT contains a downsized PHEV drivetrain, advanced active safety systems, and a four-motor electric 4WD system. At the MMC booth, you can catch a virtual reality demonstration that shows different angles of the small electric SUV. The images show you what it’s like inside and outside the car.
The Super Height K-Wagon Concept has a spacious interior, impressive functionality, and peppy performance. Plus, the MI-PILOT driver assistance technology works to protect you with mis-acceleration mitigation and forward collision mitigation braking.
The MITSUBISHI ENGELBERG TOURER is premiering in Japan, though it was originally unveiled in March at the Geneva International Motor Show. The mid-size crossover SUV concept contains the Twin Motor 4WD plug-in hybrid EV system to deliver a dynamic performance. The three-row SUV also has a decent cruising range.
There’s also the DENDO DRIVE HOUSE, which allows you to purchase a V2H system along with the system’s installation and after-maintenance. The system includes a domestic storage battery, solar panels, and a V2H adapter. You can see how the system’s energy flows by looking at a display screen at the booth.
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The public can visit the Tokyo Motor Show between October 24 and November 4. Both the Super Height K-Wagon Concept and the MI-TECH CONCEPT will be at the Tokyo Big Sight.
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