The Mitsubishi Engelberg Tourer unclogs its side in a dark teaser
Mitsubishi , through A dark teaser , announced last month that it would be present at the Geneva Motor Show. The model, how could it be otherwise is a SUV and is called Engelberg Tourer . So far, everything seems normal, but the Japanese firm defined it as something new and until now never seen. Therefore, we are left with the fly behind the ear, because its range needs a complete renovation.
However, as the Swiss quote approaches, they have released more information. In this case, the new teaser shows what the side view of the Mitsubishi Engelberg Tourer looks like. Given the above, we could say that we would be facing the next generation of the Outlander, although we do not think so. The reason is simple, and that is that the new ASX should not take long to arrive, beyond the restyling that we will know in Geneva.
The Engelberg Tourer will not be the only electric novelty in Geneva
But in addition to the Mitsubishi Engelberg Tourer and the restyling of the ASX , there will be another novelty in the stand of the brand. The Asian firm will show in the Swiss appointment how the "Dendo Drive House (DDH)" service works. This will help reduce climate change and the electricity grid will better support the greater demand for energy. All this is encompassed under the motto of the brand Drive Your Ambition .
Schematically, the DDH is a "Eco- System " of energy management that allows customers to generate, store and share energy between the vehicle and the home. Dendo, which means "electricity" in Japanese , consists of solar panels , a bi-directional charger that uses Vehicle-To-Home (V2H) technology, a storage battery, and a Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV.
Thanks to this technology, the owners of an Outlander will be able to share the energy between their house and the car. In addition, it represents an important technological leap , because in rural areas it will help reduce dependence on other sources of energy. All in all, Mitsubishi is ready to give the bell in Geneva, because if the Engelberg Tourer and the DDH system like it, they will consolidate their positioning worldwide.
Source - Mitsubishi