Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation (MMPC) has excitedly announced that it will join the 7th Philippine International Motor Show (PIMS), which is set to happen starting from October 24 to 28, 2018 at the World Trade Center in Pasay City.
With this year’s theme “Future in Mobility”, MMPC will let its audience have a glimpse at its all-new concept car, the Mitsubishi e-Evolution Concept. In case you were wondering, this concept car had made its global premiere at the recent Tokyo Motor Show, which previewed the future technology and design language of Mitsubishi.
Speaking of design, the e-Evolution features an archetypal dynamic shield design. It’s not hard to distinguish that it’s a high performance electric vehicle with a black grille that’s shielded under the glass, as well as slanted windshield, short overhangs, and muscular tires. Aside from that, this concept car brags large intakes situated under the headlights and electric brake calipers. All of these contributes to the EV SUV’s state-of the-art appearance and commanding presence.
When it comes to technology, this concept car won’t be left behind as it boasts an Artificial Intelligence (AI) ability. This advanced system can instantly read the driver’s intent, as well as the changes in road and traffic conditions, giving its driver and passengers a safer drive.
This concept fits with Mitsubishi’s new latest tagline “Drive Your Ambition”, which describes the company’s commitment to the values and aspirations of its drivers. It also expresses Mitsubishi’s bold and progressive outlook in developing its vehicles.
The Japanese brand promises to give the PIMS audience a great experience as it displays the future and latest Mitsubishi models. MMPC will be revealing its full PIMS line-up soon, so be sure to watch out for it.
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