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Pure-electric Mitsubishi eX Concept in attendance at 2015 Tokyo Motor Show

Mitsubishi eX Concept 2015 Tokyo Motor Show (1)

The crossover serves as a platform to showcase Mitsubishi’s automated driving technology.

The pure-electric Mitsubishi eX Concept crossover has been unveiled at the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show today. The energetic concept previews an urban SUV with next gen EV system.

The Japanese automaker is not very forthcoming with the details of the so called next gen EV system but has revealed that it will employ high capacity and high performance battery which will power compact electric motors. Thanks to the extensive weight reduction techniques, the eX Concept is claimed to have a range of 400 km on single full charge.

The battery pack is located on the floor, thereby lowering the centre of gravity. The electric motors offer AWD capability. The concept’s S-AWC integrated vehicle dynamic control systems are claimed to add fun-to-drive quotient in addition to vehicle stability.

Mitsubishi eX Concept 2015 Tokyo Motor Show (4)

The pure EV drivetrain offers AWD capability and a claimed range of 400 km.

The Mitsubishi eX Concept also previews the brand’s autonomous driving technology which incorporates connected car tech, next gen information systems and advanced active safety tech. The system has the ability to diagnose a potential future malfunction and notify the driver in time to take the vehicle for servicing.

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Coming to the design, the futuristic electric crossover has the now familiar X-motif on the front and rear fascias, a floating roofline, heavily contoured sheet metal design and massive alloy wheels.

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