Joining the Mitsubishi GT-PHEV Concept at the MMC booth will be the Mitsubishi eX Concept, a compact SUV powered by a next-generation EV system, and 2017 model year Outlander and Outlander PHEV – all being shown for the first time where the Outlander PHEV gains an EV Priority Mode that gives greater priority to all-electric operation.
The Mitsubishi GT-PHEV Concept features Mitsubishi’s latest design language together with MMC’s advanced and proprietary electric and all-wheel control technologies.
The nose employs Mitsubishi Dynamic Shield front design concept that portrays the front end’s function of protecting both people and the car.
From the side, the Mitsubishi GT-PHEV Concept uses strong lines and precise detailing with a somewhat premium SUV, something the latest Outlander achieve following its previous refresh.
Inside, the Mitsubishi GT-PHEV Concept uses a horizontal dashboard together with an instrument panel with a high centre console, the cockpit-like interior wrapping around its passengers. Generous use of Burgundy genuine leather trim, coordinated with the exterior roof colour adds to the premium feel.
This PHEV system comprises a next-generation high-capacity drive battery package, three high-output and high-efficiency motors and an engine designed especially for the PHEV system featuring improved electricity generation performance and motive performance.
This combination delivers the punchy performance and an electric-only range of 75miles. The triple-motor powertrain, with one unit at the front and two at the rear, delivers a dramatic improvement in the performance of its full-time four-wheel drive powertrain.