Concepto Mitsubishi Mi-Tech

Mitsubishi Mi-Tech Concept: hop in, drive, have fun

Mitsubishi Mi-Tech concept

From the outside, it is close to the DNI. Buggy must not be fired. But there are clear differences under the hood. Because while Volkswagen’s summer cruiser runs on purely electric power, the Mitsubishi Mi-Tech Concept is based on a plug-in hybrid unit. However, a classic gasoline engine is not combined with an electric motor, instead a gas turbine engine generator is used.


Mitsubishi Mi-Tech Concept: buggy study for pure driving pleasure

Unfortunately, Mitsubishi keeps specifics about the Mi-Tech’s performance and range under lock and key. In return, compared to other technical specifications, you can take a look at the cards. The manufacturer says the small four-wheel drive buggy has a four-motor electric drivetrain. Two motors are used on the front and rear axles. A counter-rotation on the left and right tires also makes 180-degree rotations and similar thrilling driving maneuvers possible, the manufacturer promises.

In terms of design, the Mitsubishi study reveals clear SUV connections, especially when looking up front. The front end is very muscular, the sides prominently flared, the high wheel arches and the large tires come to the fore.

Mitsubishi Mi-Tech concept

The Mitsubishi Mi-Tech should also be a real treat in the arena.

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Mitsubishi Mi-Tech concept

A convertible for everyone who just wants to have fun driving.

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Mitsubishi Mi-Tech concept

A minimalist cabin should provide an overview.

Mitsubishi Mi-Tech concept

All important driving data is transmitted to the windshield via AR.

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Mitsubishi Mi-Tech concept

What is striking is the very muscular, SUV-style front with no doors or a roof.

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Mitsubishi Mi-Tech concept

A look at the driving concept of the Mitsubishi Mi-Tech.

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Windshield of the Future: Greetings from AR

Mitsubishi allows some of the technology of the future to flow inward. This is because all the relevant information that is necessary for locomotion on the road, off the underground road or even on the beach is projected onto the windshield using augmented reality (AR). Includes driving behavior, terrain recognition and navigation instructions. Mitsubishi’s vision: With AR data, drivers can make accurate and predictive decisions even in poor visibility.

Mitsubishi has yet to reveal whether the vehicle will be available for sale as a production car in this or a similar form at some point. Consequently, there is no price that has been disclosed beforehand.