Mitsubishi eX Concept Debuts In Tokyo

OCT 29 2015 BY MARK KANE 12

Mitsubishi eX

Mitsubishi eX

Mitsubishi eX, announced three weeks ago, was unveiled early at the Tokyo Motor Show.

eX has a real chance to enter production along with a few other plug-ins planned by Mitsubishi.

With a 45 kWh battery and AWD (two 70 kW motors) this CUV could capture the lower end of the market in which the Tesla Model X and upcoming Audi Q6 e-tron compete.

Here we have several new photos and first videos, while offcial description of the eX concept is here.

Mitsubishi eX

Mitsubishi eX

Mitsubishi eX

Mitsubishi eX

Mitsubishi eX

Mitsubishi eX

Mitsubishi eX

Mitsubishi eX

Mitsubishi eX

Mitsubishi eX

Mitsubishi eX

Mitsubishi eX

Mitsubishi eX

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12 Comments on "Mitsubishi eX Concept Debuts In Tokyo"

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I like it !

It supposedly does 248 miles (NEDC !) so more like 160 tops but still very good.

Yeah, I like the basic specs. That futuristic styling could be toned down a bit.

If 45 kWh is good or not really depends on the time of market entrance. Nissan already thinks, loudly, about 60 kWh and the Bolt will also have to have more than 50 kWh . So if Mitsubishi plans something like that for 2017 or later, the range will be far to low. And sice there isn’t much time left, until the Bolt and the next Gen Leaf, (not to mention the Model 3), Mitsu might want to reconsider the 45 kWh and go for a bit more.

Looks like an i3 and a Mirai had a baby crossover… 😛

I’m not keen on crossovers but I have to admit the eX looks great!

Looks like an affordable Range Rover Evoque EV! – Take my money!!!!!

Note to all automakers. EVs do NOT need a grille. Get rid of it.

Yes, there is some need for some air intake but it can be done discreetly and with less aerodynamic drag.

Doesn’t the Air conditioning condenser and possibly battery cooling system need air? Plus no grille(Model X) looks kinda lame in my opinion

Yes, I mentioned that. But they don’t need much. They don’t need openings right up front that destroy the laminar flow and thus harm the aerodynamics.

I love the Model S nose cone. I don’t understand including a old feature with negative performance aspects just to meet people’s old expectations. It is like fake wood paneling in old cars.

I sure hope that the single individual responsible for all these asian concepts was paid well..

Mitsubishi seems to have a chance to rollout some cool EV’s a maybe retake some market they have lost in the US. It is the only chance they have to make it

Mitsu, build it and i will buy it because Mitsubishi is sympathetic and i have a nice dealer around the corner! Would be nice addition to my Leaf, than one Leaf must go…but i need such a small SUV because sometimes need to pull a trailer!