To kick off the show, Mitsubishi will reveal the GR-HEV, which is a unique blend of SUV and pickup referred to as the “sport utility truck,” giving drivers the versatility of an SUV with the hauling and work capabilities of a truck. The “HEV” in its name stands for “hybrid electric vehicle,” and unlike many hybrids, the GR-HEV is set to have a diesel engine powering it for an even more environmentally-
The GR-HEV is supposed to have carbon emissions as low as 149 g/km, giving it a best-in-class rating with regard to the environment. Other new technologies include a next-gen four-wheel drive system for higher stability and performance under almost any driving conditions.
The other concept being unleashed upon the world will be the CA-MiEV, another environmentally-
Mitsubishi expects the cruising range on the CA-MiEV to be over 150 miles, which is likely to improve once prototype and production models come about.
The Geneva Motor Show runs from March 5 through March 17, with public access granted from March 7 onward.
To learn more about these concept vehicles and when they may become a reality or to see what current Mitsubishi models are available, contact the sales team (http://www.dorsettsmitsubishi.com/