Mitsubishi introduced the PHEV system for New ASX


Mitsubishi Motors Corp., Introducing the Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV) chassis structure that use on the SUV that will be launched this year. According techon.nikkeibp.co.jp, this structure is exhibited in the Automotive Engineering Exposition held in Yokohama on the last May 23 to 25.


This system will be installed on the Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV) that can cover the distance 50 km using only the electrical energy stored in batteries. However, if the battery is fully charged and the gas tank, the total mileage up to 800 km.

Mitsubishi Motors hopes to realize the PHEV fuel consumption of 60 km per liter. Calculations are based on the the efficiency of the electric and hybrid vehicles.

The model structure is the engine, electric motor and the other on the simple chassis that is made ​​of pipe. Engine mounted on the front, designed by "4B" for RVR or ASX Sport.

There are two synchronous motors with permanent magnets. The resulting power front and rear of the motor is 70 kW and 60 kW. While the batteries are in the middle

Actually, Mitsubishi PHEV concept has also been introduced at the Geneva Motor Show in early March 2012 in the form of the chassis. But the latest version is equipped with electrical wires that connect the battery (center) with an electric motor at the front and rear.


 

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