Although the high-tech electrified buggy-like vehicle won’tbe rolling off the assembly line any time soon, the Mitsubishi Mi-TECH CONCEPT is an extraordinary example of the brand’s commitments tocreating eco-friendly, fuel-efficient and adventure-ready vehicles.
The innovative SUV concept car made its debut at the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show, impressing viewers with its ability to rotate 180 degrees and off-road like a beast as well as its versatile compact turbine-powered engine, which runs well with kerosene, diesel or alcohol as fuel.
“We arededicated to electrification technology, particularly plug-in hybrids,” saidTakao Kato, chief executive officer of the Mi-TECH CONCEPT. “We will be expanding our lineup of electrified vehicles by deliveringmore variations and leveraging the diverse electrification technology in thealliance to make MMC the leader in the PHEV category going forward.”
The MCC’s unique exterior features no doors or roof, T-shaped headlights, highly-raised overfenders, large tires, and a copper-accented light blue hue. The skid plates are aluminum, and the grille is complemented by a “Dynamic Shield” plated in satin. The interior boasts a horizontal instrument panel, copper accents, and a center console with keyboard-shaped switches. Navigation details, car stats and terrain info are detailed on the MMC’s front window shield.
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