Mitsubishi uncovered its Concept GR-HEV at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show. Marked a “Game Utility Hybrid Truck,” the idea mates a 2.5-liter clean diesel motor with a front-mounted electric engine for a more productive one-ton pickup. Complete with a programmed transmission mated to a full-time four-wheel-drive framework, the GR-HEV is intended to make half and half innovation appealing to purchasers past the customary conservative auto market. Mitsubishi says the vehicle’s drivetrain is useful for CO2 outflows of 149 grams for every kilometer. For correlation’s purpose, the worldwide 2012 Ford Ranger emanates 264 g/km when furnished with the 3.2-liter turbo-diesel motor and a six-speed manual transmission.
Intended to be both more straightforward and less costly than electric, module cross breed or standard half breed work vehicles, the GR-HEV would hypothetically yield both the moment torque of a mixture and the scope of a conventional diesel. You can investigate a full public statement underneath for more data.
Idea GR-HEValso utilizations Mitsubishi’s famous full-time 4WD innovation, including Super All Wheel Control (S-AWC) coordinated vehicle elements control framework driveline to convey high soundness footing and driving execution under all street conditions. Stout, rough, nice looking and famously usable, this applied 4WD Sport Utility HEV Truck was produced with an eager focus for CO2 outflows beneath 149 g/km, far superior than the portion normal.
Underneath the indulgent idea decoration prowls a creation reasonable drivetrain, with Mitsubishi’s 2.5-liter turbodiesel joining an electric engine that drives the front wheels. In spite of the fact that it can run quickly on electric power alone, the GR-HEV doesn’t gloat such an electric-centered set-up as the Outlander PHEV, which will oversee more than 50 miles on electric power alone when it achieves UK streets in the not so distant future. In any case, by get measures it’d be a veritable eco-unrest: Mitsubishi asserts certifiable outflows beneath 150g/km of CO2.
Mitsubishi Concept GR-HEV 2013 Design Interior Exterior