Mitsubishi Concepts Headed to 2020 Tokyo Auto Salon
Mitsubishi is set to bring seven different concept models to the 2020 Tokyo Auto Salon. They are based on the Delica D:5, eK Cross, Eclipse Cross, Outlander PHEV, and the up-and-coming Super Height K-Wagon.
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An overview of the concept models
There are two concepts based on the Delica D:5. The Delica D:5 All Blacks was utilized by the New Zealand team at the 2019 Rugby World Cup and features all-terrain tires, a fern leaf symbol, and an All Blacks logo.
The other custom Delica D:5 model was reimagined by Japanese director, Terry Ito. It has a retro look with tartan plaid seats and a light army green body color. The front fascia has round headlights and a longer bonnet.
The eK Cross Wild Beast is the smallest in the lineup and has a fun design with bulky side skirts, black plastic cladding, and grey accents along the roof. The black and yellow SUV also comes with a roof rack.
The Eclipse Cross Weekend Explore Specification incorporates the Air Force Suspension Japan performance kit, which lets you lower or raise the SUV remotely. There are also all-terrain tires and off-road wheels, as well as a “Weekend Explorer” app and a roof rack.
Specifically designed as a disaster relief vehicle, the Outlander PHEV NERV has a satellite antenna so you can connect to the Internet. Its all-terrain rubber and disaster communications system make it useful during emergencies. Plus, the SUV can function as a temporary power source as needed.
A Look Back: Previous Mitsubishi concept cars
The 2020 Tokyo Auto Salon takes place from Jan. 10 to 12 and will showcase a variety of creative cars, including the aforementioned Mitsubishi models.
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