Mitsubishi i-MiEV Evolution 2012, Mitsubishi launches 2012 at Pikes Peak Hill Climb with a 326 hp electric car i MiEV evolution. The second of Mitsubishi at Pikes Peak race in 2012 used the “i”, based on the production version of the i-MiEV and has 67 hp. Before the construction of the Mitsubishi i-MiEV evolution produced designs like this. Of 3 to 8 90th July 2012 to try to time daredevil rider, fastest hochzurasen the legendary Pikes Peak in Colorado. The field of competitors ranging from motorcycles to trucks and includes electric vehicles. The Japanese come to the i-MiEV evolution and the “i”. At the wheel sit Hiroshi Masuoka, winner of the Dakar Rally in 2002 and 2003, and the racer Beccy Gordon.
Mitsubishi i-MiEV Evolution 2012 – Series-i-MiEV as the basis
Both cars are based on the mass-produced in electric vehicle i MiEV. The Mitsubishi i-MiEV Evolution uses its motors, batteries and other important components. The racing version was developed with 20 other technology partners. An ultra-lightweight carbon-fiber body sits on a tubular frame and is designed aerodynamically designed for the purpose. The electric race car is 4.34 meters, 1.90 meters high and 1.34 meters. Powering the i-MiEV evolution of three engines: one is at the front, two in the rear also. The force is transmitted to all four wheels. Overall, the electric motors produce an output of 240 kW (326 hp). For tires provide the grip with 245/40, which are drawn at 18-inch wheels.
Mitsubishi i-MiEV Evolution 2012 – Mitsubishi “i”
The second of the Pikes Peak Mitsubishi used car, the “i”, is it is a relatively easily modified production car. New features include an aerodynamically optimized front bumper and a safety cage inside. With a length of 3.68 meters, a width of 1.59 meters and a height of 1.62 is the “i” is slightly larger than the production model. The electric car continues to offer four seats, the drive accepts a 49 kW (67 hp) electric motor on the rear axle. In contrast to the evolutionary model to be the “i” modest with narrow wheels. Come forward to the 15-inch cheese cutter in size 145/65 rear rubber, the size 175/60.