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Tokyo Motor Show 2017: Mitsubishi e-Evolution Concept goes all-electric

Tokyo Motor Show 2017: Mitsubishi e-Evolution Concept goes all-electric
Nikhil Puthran Nikhil Puthran Wednesday 25 October 2017, 17:25 PM

Taking a giant leap ahead in time, Mitsubishi has showcased the e-Evolution Concept at the ongoing Tokyo Motor Show 2017. Currently in its development phase, the company has not spoken in detail about the vehicle’s range and power output figures yet. The battery in the all-electric cross-country tourer is reportedly located under the floor in the middle of the vehicle thereby providing a low center of gravity. Like the Evo product range, the e-Evolution will also be an impressive performer.

Mitsubishi e-Evolution Concept uses a single motor to power the front wheels, while the AWD mode uses a new Dual Motor Active Yaw Control (AYC) system that couples two rear motors through an electronically controlled torque-vectoring AYC unit. The black grille is covered by glass which has cameras and sensors underneath them. The electric brake calipers are cooled by massive air intakes which are located below the headlamps. Additionally, the company claims that the drawn-in air passes jet tailfins on the C-pillars before exiting on either side of the rear bumper. Overall, the Mitsubishi e-Evolution gets an aggressive arrow styled aerodynamic design that is pretty much unique to this concept vehicle.

The interior details are unavailable for now. But, we expect the vehicle to get premium leather upholstery along with a large infotainment display. The on board computer will read out all vital information relating to the trip and the driver. Furthermore, the company claims that the concept utilizes an Artificial Intelligence (AI) system that augments the driver’s capabilities. Sensors allow the AI system to read changes in road and traffic conditions, as well as the driver’s intent.

 

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