Auto Shows Mitsubishi e-Evolution Back From The Future In Revealing Teasers

17:10  05 october  2017
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The Evo as we know and cherish is dead for good, but the name might survive as Mitsubishi will be showing later this month in Tokyo the e-Evolution concept. It takes the shape of a futuristic crossover with a bold exterior design that surely won’t be to everyone’s tastes. Developed to illustrate the direction Mitsu will take in the years to come, the entirely electric CUV has all the usual concept traits: massive wheels, side cameras, sleek LED lights, and devoid of conventional door handles.



It is a sight to behold, but not necessarily in a good way as seeing a zero-emissions crossover baptized “Evo” is a reality not many people are willing to accept, much like the idea the Eclipse is now a crossover. Like the namesake production sedan before it, the e-Evolution concept is billed as being a performance car, but in this case it’s equipped with a trio of electric motors instead of a combustion engine.

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One electric motor is in charge of driving the front wheels whereas the other two power the rear axle to give the showcar a 4x4 system benefitting from electronically controlled torque vectoring. Mitsubishi has also implemented what it calls an Artificial Intelligence system with sensors and cameras that can read what’s happening in front of the car and help the driver while it tackles the traffic.

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The person sitting behind the wheel can actually learn from the AI as the system provides a training program through the dashboard display or via voice dialogue. With the knowledge gained, Mitsubishi says the driver will have more fun in the e-Evolution concept thanks to this so-called “coaching function.”

A full reveal of the showcar is slated to occur on October 25 during the first press day of the 45th Tokyo Motor Show where the zero-emissions CUV will share the spotlight with another concept, the Delica.

Source: Mitsubishi

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