2017 Mitsubishi GT-PHEV Review, Specs, Concept
welcome to infocarsauto, here we will talk about the future SUV from japan. Mitsubishi Announces Ground Tourer PHEV (GT-PHEV), hybrid propulsion technology a concept showing the future self of the House.
2017 Mitsubishi GT-PHEV Design
Future models of Mitsubishi, which has decided to focus almost exclusively on the suv, will resume in part the aesthetics of prototype Ground Tourer PHEV (in photo), expected at the Paris Motor Show. 2017 Mitsubishi GT PHEV Concpet photo represents an evolution of what was seen on the eX Concept and outlines the new style of Japanese: the front remains quite elaborate and is characterized by its vertical shape of the headlights. The designers of the House of the three diamonds have chosen then the solution of the roof parallel to the ground, slanted rear window and the five-door model, but with a racy and sporty intonation, with a hatch V and the narrow access threshold.
2017 Mitsubishi GT-PHEV Engine Specs
In Mitsubishi wheel is achieved by Ground Tourer PHEV two motors on the rear axle which work in harmony with the internal combustion engine at the front in turn aided by a third electric motor. This four-engine hybrid scheme with rechargeable batteries is an evolution of that used on Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV and will be used on the next generation of SUV’s most prestigious House. Which confirms that, for the time being, the 2017 GT PHEV Concept could travel up to 120 km in electric mode and 1,200 when also using the internal combustion engine. The traction system is calibrated by electronics based on various parameters such as the type of location you are facing, the status of the road bed from sensors and weather conditions acquired in real-time from the web.
Also will be exhibited in Paris the Outlander and Outlander PHEV, subject to improvements in the passenger compartment and equipped with new safety technologies.