Mitsubishi's all-electric e-Evolution Concept will teach you how to drive

Angelica Greene
October 7, 2017

The new EVO, which the company has dubbed the e-Evolution Concept for its Tokyo motor show debut, takes everything about the original range and catapults it forward into the next decade in terms of technology.

According to Mitsubishi, the e-Evolution concept shows the marque's know-how in producing electric vehicles, and blends high performance in the mix.

Turning to its side, the blacked-out pillars give off a "floating roof" illusion while the steep raking of the front and rear windshields show off a wind-cheating profile. The automaker described the system as a complementary force in the e-Evolution Concept, which will learn drivers' behaviors and coach them in vehicle performance and safe operation. Various sensors supply the on-Board computer information about changing road and traffic conditions, and the actions of the driver.

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Using the motorists brain with Mitsubishi's own AI brain, the e-Evolution supports the different capabilities of each e-Evolution driver.

A "high-capacity battery system" is employed by the all-electric e-Evolution concept, powering three "high-torque and high-performance" electric motors. The AI system will also train the person behind the wheel to be a better driver through voice dialogue and the large dashboard display. The system is claimed to support "drivers of all abilities", making vehicle control easier and safer and delivering the e-Evolution's driving experience to a broad audience.

Mitsubishi will display a total of 12 vehicles at the Tokyo show. It will be joined by the new Eclipse Cross coupe SUV (Japan market model), unveiled in Japan for the first time, the Outlander PHEV and other leading MMC models sold in Japan. Mitsubishi says AI Personal Assistant understands what a driver and passengers say and converses with them. It also allows a driver to use functions like climate control, wipers and headlights by voice. The demonstration will show how the assistants can connect to a auto and carry out tasks such as turning on headlights, unlocking or locking the doors, or even adjusting the car's cabin temperature.

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