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Mitsubishi will introduce new concepts at the Tokyo Motor Show!

Thursday, October 10, 2019

Mitsubishi Motors will be presenting the world premiere of two new vehicles at the Tokyo Fair, one of the most important gatherings of the automobile industry in the world.

MITSUBISHI MOTORS CORPORATION (MMC) will host the world premiere of two new concept vehicles at the Tokyo Motor Show, one of the world's most important auto fairs, which will be open for visitors from October 24th to November 4th this year. Mitsubishi's new vehicles to be introduced to the world MMC electric mini SUV MI-TECH CONCEPT and the new K-car concept will be the Super Height K-Wagon Concept.

MITSUBISHI ENGELBERG TOURER, the medium-sized electric SUV concept, which was presented for the first time at the Geneva International Motor Show in March 2019 and now premiered in Japan; Outlander PHEV plug-in hybrid electric SUV; Eclipse Cross crossover SUV; Delica D: 5 minivan; K high wagon eK Cross and some other models sold in Japan will be on display.

MI-TECH CONCEPT

MI TECH CONCEPT, the world premiere of which will be held at the Tokyo Fair, represents the values ​​of MMC's “Drive your Ambition” brand message and is described as elektrikli an electric SUV concept that offers unmatched driving pleasure in any terrain her. A new plug-in hybrid EV (PHEV) powertrain, 4-motor electric 4WD system, advanced driver assistance and active safety systems are reduced to fit into this small electric SUV concept.

1) PHEV system

Optimized with a lightweight and compact unit for this mini SUV, the PHEV system features a gas turbine engine-generator instead of a general gasoline engine-generator. Providing the driver with pure electric driving mode and serial hybrid modes, this system offers uninterrupted and powerful performance characteristics specific to electric vehicles.

2) Quad Motor electric 4WD system

MI-TECH CONCEPT is powered by a Quad-Engine 4WD system called motor Quad Motor bulunan, which has two motors on the front and rear axles and has a Dual-Motor AYC system. This system ensures optimum torque delivery to all four wheels. This allows the driver to comfortably manage the vehicle for daily use in the city while offering excellent performance on the road.

3) Advanced driver support and active safety systems

MI-TECH CONCEPT uses a human machine interface (HMI) to transmit the various information it perceives to the AR windshield using advanced optical detection technology. The MI-PILOT driver assistance system not only warns the driver of potential collision risks, but also helps him use the steering and brakes. Active safety systems also help the driver to avoid collisions or mitigate collision damage. All of these systems work together to provide a safe, secure and enjoyable driving experience.

Visitors to the MMC booth will be able to watch virtual reality shows that allow them to see the concept car on display from various angles and distances. The stereoscopic images of MI-TECH CONCEPT can be rotated, zoomed or zoomed with different backgrounds. Audiences are also offered various perspectives, such as seeing the outside from inside the car, wandering around the car, looking inside from the outside, or seeing the vehicle's infrastructure up close.

Super Height K-Wagon Concept

The second-generation Super Height K-Wagon Concept, the second vehicle to be premiered at the Tokyo Fair, responds to the wishes of drivers who want to travel to more destinations and expand their horizons. The Super Height K-Wagon Concept offers a wide range of interiors as a standard, while providing the performance and functionality expected from this category. The SUV-style design also demonstrates Mitsubishi.

This concept car maximizes the living space while offering agile handling and live performance. In addition, driver support technologies and other safety systems provide the driver and passengers with a sense of safety and security. The car was classified as the SAPO CAR S Wide by the Japanese government, with technologies such as MI-PILOT for driving on the same lane on the highway, technologies such as braking mitigation, frontal acceleration, and other advanced active safety systems.

MITSUBISHI ENGELBERG TOURER

This new generation planned to premiere at Japan at the Tokyo Fair.

The 2020rta sized SUV concept is powered by MMC's Dual-Engine 4WD plug-in hybrid EV system. The MITSUBISHI ENGELBERG TOURER provides a high level of dynamic performance that gives the driver the pleasure of driving in all weather or on any ground. In addition, the vehicle has a long range of PHEV'e unique, 3-row seat regular multi-passenger capacity to increase the attractiveness of an SUV.

DENDO DRIVE HOUSE (DDH)

DDD; a EV, V2H adapter, solar panels and a rechargeable battery with a home V2H system is a service that offers a combination of sales, installation and after-sales service. MMC has already started trial sales of the DDH service pack in some parts of Japan. The DDH service will be on display at the MMC stand with the Outlander PHEV plug-in hybrid EV. The energy flow of the system will be displayed on a screen starting with the use of solar panels to charge the EV and delivering electrical energy from the EV battery to the home. The DDH service offers customers advantages such as saving electricity costs and providing emergency power supplies.

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