Mitsubishi has surprised with his latest prototype the GC-PHEV. A plug-in hybrid SUV that anticipates futuristic design features in which large vehicles coming from the Japanese brand will draw.
About five meters long a plug-mechanical hybrid 335 hp and lots technology on board the new prototype large SUV Mitsubishi occurs the GC-PHEV Concept. It was unveiled at the Chicago Motor Show and seeing the official pictures certainly not go unnoticed.
Most striking at first sight is its muscular and bold design both outside and inside and marks the stylistic guidelines for future large-as Mitsubishi Pajero size for example. A highlight its abrupt and massive front in contrast to a minimum and shaped headlights its very high beltline square shapes and huge rear overhang which translates into a generously sized trunk.
However despite its large size the interior of the Mitsubishi GC-PHEV Concept there is only room for four seats. The occupants of these positions are offered a striking and innovative touch screen center called 'Tactical Table' which can independently manage both front and rear passengers. And the technology on board is one of the highlights of this prototype plug-in hybrid SUV that Mitsubishi has been removed from the sleeve.
These technological devices are the blind spot warning any emergency braking in city monitoring system driver attention (as a detector fatigue) adaptive cruise control lane keeping windshield browser and projected information other functions Adaptive Highbeam Assist and a great capacity connectivity with the driver other passengers drivers of other cars and road infrastructure itself.
The Mitsubishi GC-PHEV Concept has two differential: Front electronic one and a limited-slip center to which we must add a device torque vector control on the front axle. Through an electrical system sending the torque to the left or right wheel is controlled depending on conditions to improve stability of the vehicle being more energy efficient and also to recover more power for the batteries.
Among other capabilities of this plug-in hybrid mechanics is to be able to give emergency energy supply at home for 13 days. Compared with the mechanics of plug-in hybrid currently marketed Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV the latter mounts a 2.0-liter petrol engine and two electric motors for a total output of 203 hp.
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