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Mitsubishi Concept Global Small

Mitsubishi Concept Global Small

Make Mitsubishi
Model Concept Global Small
Concept year 2011
Production year -
Engine Small displacement internal combustion engine

The Mitsubishi Concept Global Small is one of the vehicles which was introduced at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show.

The concept - which features one of the dullest names in concept car history - is designed to preview a new compact passenger car that is planned for production in March of 2012 at Mitsubishi's new factory in Thailand.

The Mitsubishi Concept Global Small was designed to offer good maneuverability and intuitive operation. Additionally, due to its small size, it was engineered to be efficient in terms of packaging, and also offer seating for five adults.

Powering the Mitsubishi Concept Global Small is a small (1.0 - 1.2 litre) engine equipped with a regenerative braking system. This engine also features a stop-start system to further reduce fuel consumption. Mitsubishi reckon that the Concept Global Small offers CO2 emissions in the mid-90g/km range.

Other economical aspects of the Mitsubishi Concept Global Small include a body shape that greatly reduces aerodynamic resistance, lightweight materials, and reduced running resistance in the engine, new-generation CVT (continuously variable transmission), brakes, and tires.

Still, the Mitsubishi Se-Ro concept was way cooler.



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