Mitsubishi is an industry-leader in technologies, allowing drivers to reduce their carbon footprint, enjoy connectivity on the go, and improve safety. There are a variety of cutting-edge technologies the brand has developed in recent years, many of which are offered on most new Mitsubishi models. From electric-vehicle technology to the latest in infotainment, Mitsubishi has it all.
Cutting-Edge Technologies Below are some of the latest Mitsubishi technologies to hit the market:
The Mitsubishi Auto Stop-and-Go system has a unique idling stop feature that stops and starts your engine when its not in use. So, if you come to a red light, the system will quickly turn off your engine, turning it back on again when you hit the accelerator. Over time, this works to reduce emissions and save gas.
MIVEC engine technology, or Mitsubishi Innovative Valve-timing Electronic Control optimizes power output, lowers fuel consumption, and reduces harmful emissions by quickly and strategically varying intake air volume and throttle valves.
Plug-in electric hybrid, or PHEV, technology is also available on several new models, which combines an electric powertrain, battery system, and fast-charging system to help you cut back on fuel consumption.
Infotainment Technology Mitsubishi has a wide variety of infotainment systems, most of which can easily be accessed thanks to Mitsubishi Connect:
Mitsubishi Connect is an umbrella for a variety of high-tech entertainment and information systems. It includes smartphone link so you can safely use your phone behind the wheel and connect to apps, like Amazon Music, Spotify, Stitcher, and more. This system also supports safeguard and remote services, which allow you to connect with Roadside Assistance, SOS Emergency Assistance, and more.
Safety Technologies Safety is always a priority, and Mitsubishi offers a range of active and passive safety systems to keep you better protected as you drive:
e-Assist is a new active safety system that uses millimeter-wavelength radar and camera technology to detect potential collisions around your vehicle.
Rain-light sensor can adjust the amount of light coming from your headlights during a downpour by detecting the amount of rain and the driver’s field of vision.
Active Cornering Lights work to improve night driving by slightly changing the direction of the headlight projection in accordance with vehicle steering.
The Multi-Information Display (MID) uses a liquid crystal display (LCD) screen to project important information to the driver, including warnings that other active safety systems might detect. Plus, the MID system is operational with a single switch.
If you’re ready to see this Mitsubishi technology in action, contact us at Pantili Mitsubishi for a demonstration or a test drive.