Revelated and debuted at Tokyo Motor Show, the MI-TECH is a plug-in hybrid modern car by Mitsubishi: a four-motor electric four-wheel-drive system, a super with an advanced driver assistance and high safety technology upgrades.
The hybrid concept with AR windscreen by Mitsubishi uses a gas turbine generator as opposed to an internal-combustion engine, with a variety of electric and hybrid driving styles presented. According to the manufacturer from the high-end brand, the powertrain will provide a “new kind of driving experience” that delivers “reassurance and safety in everyday driving about town, while allowing drivers of all abilities to confidently push further over the unmade or rough road surfaces”.
The supercar Mi-Tech by Mitsubishi was designed with a dense new PHEV drivetrain and features a light blue body color, internal wheels, and the t-shaped headlights are fixed in the front end to accentuate a unique external appearance.
Furthermore, the luxury car by Mitsubishi is equipped with a human-machine interface that demonstrates a lot of information detected through sensing high-technology including advanced optical sensors. Through vehicle, road, and adjacent traffic conditions, the exclusive drivers can make accurate, heads-up decisions even in poor perceptibility and visibility. The supercar’s main power generator in the new PHEV drivetrain is a lightweight and compact gas turbine engine-generator has a powerful output for its size and weight and is located in place of the typical gasoline engine. The unique design concept by Mitsubishi explores the technological proposition to plug the PHEV drivetrain into a small SUV.
Also, about the gas turbine of this supercar by Mitsubishi: its flexibility to run on a variety of fuels such as diesel, kerosene, and alcohol which can be nominated depending on the regions. Besides this, its exhaust is clean so it replies to eco-friendly and energy issues.
Photos: Courtesy by Mitsubishi