At the Tokyo Motor Show, Mitsubishi introduced two concept cars: Mi-Tech without doors and turbines, which became the star of the company, and almost ready for serial production of Super Height K-Wagon, which symbolizes the appearance of the second wave of Kei cars on the Japanese market -class of the next generation.
Super Height K-Wagon A car goes beyond the boundaries of a city car, its owners get a car that will allow them to ride comfortably along city streets and along country roads. The proportions of the Super Height K-Wagon are typical of a kei. The front part is made in the recognizable design style of Mitsubishi, which distinguishes many models.
The designers added black plastic trim over the wheel arches and rocker panels to its appearance, similar to that of the company’s SUVs and crossovers. The radiator grille is also black, there are chrome parts and LEDs in the bumper. The concern used a relatively long wheelbase of the concept, which allows creating a more spacious, family interior of the cabin.
The driver’s seat is located much higher than in city cars. Passenger sliding doors. The economical use of space is common to all brands of kei cars, and the K-Wagon is no exception. Specifications The technical concern has not yet disclosed specifications. Mitsubishi announced a high-performance engine and CVT continuously variable transmission. For kei cars, the engine capacity cannot exceed 660 cm 3 and its power must not exceed 63 horsepower.
The car is equipped with numerous electronic means of driving, including a collision avoidance system and assistance in keeping the lane. Mitsubishi Automobile Group CEO Takao Koto said the company will launch the new product in mass production by the end of the current fiscal year, which ends March 31, 2020.