Posted Dec 6th 2011 12:20AM
This is New Mitsubishi EZ-MIEV Concept. Mitsubishi is following up the Detroit debut of its sporty nevertheless enviro-conscious Concept-CT with this, the Concept-EZ MIEV. The Concept EZ-MIEV makes its world premiere at this year’s Geneva Motor Show and, as a showcase for the company’s advanced automotive technology, takes pride of place on the Mitsubishi stand. The EZ-MIEV Concept could be a new withstands the recent plan of a pure electrical automobile. The lithium-ion batteries are located below the ground and each twenty-inch wheel encompasses a compact 27-hp electric motor at its hub Mitsubishi EZ-MIEV.
Each of the Concept-EZ’s 20inch wheels homes a 27bhp in-hub motor – for a complete output of 108bhp – powered by a lithium-ion battery pack sandwiched beneath the car’s flat floor. By using its MIEV technology within the 3700mm long Concept-EZ, Mitsubishi has liberated its engineers and designers from the standard constraints imposed by internal combustion power and drivetrain, and have created an ‘urban capsule’ vehicle that has unsurpassed interior packaging. The under-floor lithium-ion battery system keeps the ground low and flat, permitting Mitsubishi EZ-MIEV Concept to supply roomy passenger area and seating arrangement versatility that matches an oversized mono-box model at intervals compact 3700 mm (L) x 1800 mm (W) x 1750 mm (H) dimensions. Mitsubishi EZ-MIEV is powered by a 20 kW outer-rotor in-wheel motor at every wheel, for a most output of 80 kW (110 ps).
The lithium-ion battery system Mitsubishi EZ-MIEV Concept, with output of 24 kW and weighing a hundred and 50 kg, is mounted beneath the ground. With all the time, cash and effort Mitsubishi has sunk into its in-wheel Mitsubishi motor technology, we’re hoping the technology sees the sunshine of a production day soon so the company can see a return on its investment. The Mitsubishi Concept-EZ MIEV is joined at the Geneva Motor Show by 15 different models.