Mitsubishi EMIRAI 3 XDAS Automated Driving Concept Car Will Be Exhibited During Tokyo Motor Show 2015

Posted: Oct 16 2015, 8:35am CDT | by , Updated: Oct 18 2015, 6:44pm CDT, in News | Cars & Vehicles

EMIRAI 3 xDAS Automated Driving Concept Car to be exhibited at Tokyo Motor Show
  • Mitsubishi releases teaser images of EMIRAI 3 xDAS Assisted-driving Concept Car design!
  • Next-generation driving assistance contribute for safer, easier driving

The complete design of the concept will be revealed later at the Tokyo Motor Show.

Mitsubishi has released a new car concept called the Emirai 3 xDAS. The design of the concept was released by Mitsubishi in a set of teaser images. The concept design details will be unveiled later this month at the Tokyo Motor Show.

The design will be unveiled along with the eX concept. As the name suggests the new Emirai is a science fiction-esque looking vehicle. The design of the 3xDAS is wilder than the 2 xDAS. The Emirai 2 xDAS was previously introduced 2 years ago.

The release took place in the capitol of Japan. The original design of the Emirai showed a highly aerodynamic, low-slung two-seater convertible. The car has been designed around the driver. The new Emirai 3xDAS has a more risky design than the previous models.

The images show the cockpit of the new Emirai has a highly advanced infotainment system. The cockpit is made of many LCD screens on the dashboard. The LCD screens also make up a bulk of the center console of the car.

The LCDs in the new Emirai will be touch screen and will also be operational with hand gestures. The high tech features will provide the driver with more freedom to keep their eyes on the road. A head up display is also featured in the new Emirai. The display also aims to reduce the distractions faced by drivers.

Additionally the Emirai will also monitor the heartbeat of the driver. The constant monitoring will be possible due to an innovative non-contact cardiograph. The cardiograph was built by Mitsubishi in compliance with the Kyushu Institute of Technology. A navigation system in the cars further increases safety.

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