The eX electric crossover is Mitsubishi's latest concept and will be on display at the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show late this month.
Mitsubishi has developed a habit of coming out with numerous alternatively-powered concepts in recent times and the most recent example is this eX fully electric compact crossover which features an angular design that according to MMC will influence future production cars. The front end is dominated by a new interpretation of the company's so-called Dynamic Shield fascia combined with slender upper lighting clusters and a second group of LED lights mounted below.
It appears to have a suicide door arrangement and comes with recessed door handles along with a sloping roofline and see-through C pillars. The eX sits on a typical set of oversized wheels and has been fitted with boomerang-shaped LED taillights along with a two-tone black & yellow rear end that mimics the front fascia.
Without going into any details, Mitsubishi says the concept is powered by a next generation EV system and has a permanent all-wheel drive system. It also boasts autonomous driving technology along with connected car and active safety hardware, but more info about these is not available right now.
It will be displayed in Tokyo starting October 29 alongside the Outlander PHEV, Outlander PHEV Baja Portalegre 500 rally car (replica), i-MiEV, Pajero and several JDM cars.