Mitsubishi’s MI-TECH Concept SUV Uses Augmented Reality To Assist Drivers

There has been a handful of amazing reveals at this year’s Tokyo Motor Show, and with an elaborate selection of petrol-powered variants, all-electric platforms, and outlandish concept cars, there are few that stand out quite like Mitsubishi’s MI-TECH Concept SUV.

The MI-TECH Concept takes an interesting stance on the hybrid SUV silhouette, opting for a rounded design that remains abnormally angular. It began the conceptualization process as a small plug-in hybrid electric SUV and evolved into an ambitious project that’s been outfitted with a cornucopia of the company’s most illustrious parts. Alongside the vehicle’s unique cabinless design, a specialized PHEV drivetrain, four-motor electric 4WD system, and advanced driver-assist make their debut, promising interested parties a platform that’s as capable as it is stylish. A bespoke, buggy-like stature and a progressive satin-plated Dynamic Shield front grille provide a striking contrast to the vehicle’s interior, which adopts a futuristic Human Machine Interface (HMI) and assists drivers via advanced optical sensors, alongside an augmented reality (AR) windshield. If you’re interested in learning more about Mitsubishi’s open-ended SUV concept, head over to the company’s website.

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