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Mitsubishi drops another teaser of upcoming e-Evolution concept

Driving.ca logo Driving.ca 2017-10-05 Nick Tragianis
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Mitsubishi has dropped another teaser of the e-Evolution concept, now promising a whole host of advanced driving features.

The Japanese automaker says the concept will feature an artificial intelligence system, employing the use of sensors to monitor road and traffic conditions up ahead, all in the name of “seamlessly coordinating driver intent with vehicle performance.”

In fact, it seems as though the e-Evolution concept will emphasize a surprising amount of performance, as the AI system will also offer a “training program” of sorts, analyzing the driver’s skills offering tips and pointers based on those evaluations through the infotainment system. It can also control certain functions through voice commands, such as windshield wipers, climate control, lighting, etc.

Mitsubishi still hasn’t announced full powertrain details, but we know a total of three high-torque, high-performance electric motors will power the e-Evolution. Those motors will be coupled to a “high-capacity battery.”

We’ll bring you full details on Mitsubishi’s e-Evolution concept from the Tokyo Motor Show later this month.

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