Mitsubishi has a strong reputation for designing stunning concept cars, and its newest is no exception. During the Geneva Motor Show earlier this month, Mitsubishi introduced the Engelberg Tourer Concept — an adventure-focused, boldly-designed SUV.
Named after the Engelberg Swiss ski resort, this SUV is built for consumers that like to head off-road with style. Its boxy front end with its sculpted lines gives the Engelberg Tourer a rugged silhouette, while its sweeping roofline is reminiscent of the SUVs you see in the luxury segment.
It features a plug-in hybrid powertrain that combines a 2.4-liter gasoline engine with an electric motor. It also has Super All-Wheel Control, which continually adjusts driving aids like ABS, traction control, and stability control to help maintain command of your vehicle.
Thanks to its hybrid powertrain, it can drive up to 43 miles on electricity alone, saving you money at the pump. The concept car even charges via solar panels with its Dendo Drive House. This drive house has solar panels, a bi-directional charger, and a stationary home battery pack. You don’t have to worry about using the grid electricity, which saves you money and potentially reduces emissions from a coal-fired power plant.
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