Mitsubishi to debut three new concepts at the Tokyo Motor Show

Mitsubishi will unveil three new concept vehicles at next month’s 43rd Tokyo Motor Show.

According to Mitsubishi all three concepts incorporate a new design identity that symbolises the sense of security and functionality of an SUV.

The first of the three concepts is a Concept GC-PHEV – a next-generation full-size SUV that uses a high out-put PHEV (plug-in hybrid electric vehicle) system.

The second concept is called XR-PHEV and features a lightweight and highly efficient PHEV system.

The Concept AR is a next-generation compact MPV (multi-purpose vehicle), offering both the mobility of an SUV and the occupant space of an MPV. Power comes from a down-sized direct-injection turbocharged engine.

We’ll have full details next month from Tokyo. Stay tuned!


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