Mitsubishi Motors has unveiled a buggy called Mi-Tech at the Tokyo Motor Show. The concept car does not have a roof or doors, but it has huge wheels and an unusual power plant.
Mi-Tech is equipped with four electric motors - one on each of the wheels. A compact gas turbine engine is used as a generator, which can run on diesel, kerosene or alcohol.
- The design of Mi-Tech is made in a new variation of the Dynamic Shield style. Four hybrid cooling fans are located on the trunk panel behind the driver and passenger.
- The interior of the crossover is minimalistic: behind the wheel there is a small digital tidy, and in the center of the console there are six large control keys for on-board systems. The windshield acts as a huge head-up display.
- The concept also has a Mi-Pilot security complex that works with optical sensors. He warns of possible collisions, analyzing the situation around, and takes control in emergency situations.
Mitsubishi Mi-Tech is an exhibition of the company's achievements. It will not go into production, but future production models of the brand will receive some details from the concept.