Mitsubishi has teased fans of the brand with its biggest hint yet when it comes to the three concept cars it will unveil at the Tokyo Motor Show.
The 43rd running of the event will see the Japanese manufacturer showcase vehicles that demonstrate its new design identity, which it claims "symbolises the sense of security and functionality" offered by an SUV vehicle.
Each of the models will showcase the innovative engineering work the car maker is carrying out, which embody environmental responsibility, toughness, safety and driving pleasure.
The GC-PHEV concept is a next-generation full-size SUV that utilises a high output plug-in hybrid electric vehicle system, which has been described as a "connected car" due to its ability to support a variety of devices through wireless networks.
Mitsubishi's Concept AR is its MPV offering at the Tokyo Motor Show. Equipped with the very latest fuel efficiency technology in the shape of a down-sized direct-injection turbocharged engine, it also provides a comfortable space for the driver and passengers alike.
The final concept vehicle making its debut in the Japanese capital will be the Super All Wheel Control model, known as the S-AWC.
A dynamic control system has been integrated into the vehicles to provide superior handling and stability, as well as the all-terrain capability provided by SUV vehicles.
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