2020 Mitsubishi Engelberg Tourer | Mitsubishi has unveiled its concept car Engelberg Tourer at the Geneva Motor Show. This hybrid fighter, which takes the name of a ski resort in the center of Switzerland, seems close to production.
Mitsubishi’s Engelberg Tourer concept, far from the small SUVs that flood our cities, is an imposing vehicle that seems designed to carry seven people in extreme conditions. Its huge grille is almost reminiscent of a truck. With its fog lights mounted on a roof box and its protective covers under the bumper front and rear, the Engelberg Tourer seems ready for a rally in the desert.
However, it is difficult to assert the potential of this concept off-piste, since its ground clearance is not known. Looking from the outside, the vehicle nevertheless looks decently elevated. But it’s no longer time for stripped down adventurers thought only for off-road performance. Thus, the Engelberg Tourer adopts a cockpit pretend of good quality, strewn with screens become the norm on the current car market. Whether it’s indoors or outdoors, this concept car looks ready for production.
2020 Mitsubishi Engelberg Tourer Powertrain
The technical data sheet of the Engelberg Tourer is very close to that of the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV. As on the large Japanese SUV currently marketed, the concept is powered by a 2.4-liter gasoline engine coupled with two power packs. The autonomy in 100% electric mode announced by the manufacturer progresses however to reach 70 km.
The permanent all-wheel-drive system based on the two electric motors is also similar to that found on the Outlander. This concept has a design and a cabin that do not denote on a production vehicle, and the technology that embarked already exists at Mitsubishi. Suffice to say that there is a good chance to meet The Engelberg Tourer on our roads in the near future