Mitsubishi is bringing two new concept vehicles to the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show, the MI-TECH concept and the Super Height K-Wagon concept.
The MI-TECH concept is a small electrified SUV. The MI-TECH concept is powered by a new downsized and lighter plug-in hybrid electric vehicle drivetrain and a 4-motor electric 4WD system. The plug-in hybrid powertrain features a gas turbine engine-generator instead of a conventional gasoline engine-generator, while the 4-motor 4WD system called Quad Motor with Dual Motor AYC has 2-motors for both front and rear axles.
The MI-TECH concept also features new driver assistance technology, like a human machine interface that projects a variety of information detected by using advanced optical sensing technology onto the AR windshield. The MI-PILOT driver assistance system not only alerts the driver to a potential collision, but also takes over the steering and braking to prevent a collision.
The Super Height K-Wagon concept is a new K-Car concept that features SUV-like styling. Just like the MI-TECH concept, it also features the MI-PILOT driver assistance technology.