Mitsubishi has unveiled the new “Engelberg Tourer” concept car at the Geneva motor show.
Named after the famous ski resort in the central region of Switzerland, best known for its challenging off-piste skiing and snowboarding, the show car has been designed as a functional all-purpose crossover SUV.
Design details include the now ubiquitous Mitsubishi “Dynamic Shield” treatment for the front end, while additional LED fog lamps are located on an auto-open/close roof box perched atop the car. There are also skid plates for the front and rear bumpers.
The interior, meanwhile, offers space for passengers seated in all three rows, with “an emphasis on comfort, quality, functionality and attention to detail”, according to the designers.
Underneath, it features a twin motor, 4WD, plug-in hybrid powertrain. Mitsubishi claims the SUV delivers an EV cruising range of over 43 miles on the newly established WLTP cycle, and, with a fully charged battery and full fuel tank, a total cruising range of “over 434 miles”.
The powertrain consists of a 2.4-litre petrol engine mated to two electric motors that drive the front and rear axles.
Chassis details include the adoption of active yaw control to tailor torque split between the front wheels.