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2021 Mitsubishi EK X Hybrid
2021 Mitsubishi EK X Hybrid – Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (MMC) which houses the world’s three-diamond cars, in late March launched its latest Kei car variant in Japan. His name is Mitsubishi Ek-X, a crossover edition of the Ek Wagon that has been sold by the manufacturer since 2001. Not only that, as a result of the cooperation of the Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance, the small car also shares a platform with Nissan Dayz. So don’t be surprised if the two are identical like the latest Mitsubishi Xpander and Nissan Livina.
2021 Mitsubishi EK X Design
the look is not just Ek Wagon given over fender and roof rail but has applied dynamic shield design language whose face looks like Delica D:5 and Xpander. From the design of the front of the eK X, it is really similar to the Mitsubishi Xpander. Led headlamp design in bumper section, sein spit lamp, and Grille Dynamic Shield model. Ek X itself is one of the developments of the Kei car model, the eK Wagon.
2021 Mitsubishi EK X Engine
Following the regulation of small cars aka Kei cars in Japan, Mitsubishi implanted a 660 cc turbocharged three-cylinder gasoline engine capable of 51 hp of power and 60 Nm of torque. There are two-wheel drive options, FWD, and AWD. When accelerating, the electric motor works, thus lightening the engine’s work to get large torque on low engine spins. On the other hand, when deceleration, the system will harness kinetic energy to charge the battery again.
2021 Mitsubishi EK X Features
The Mitsubishi eK X (EK Cross) features complete features such as Mi-Pilot single lane driver assistance for semi-autonomous driving on toll roads. So when activated, the system will set the distance of the vehicle in front and back of the car, as well as keep the pace position in the middle of the lane, when the road is equipped with clear markings. Other cool features are active cruise control, lane keep assist, grip control, multi around the monitor, and digital rearview mirror.
2021 Mitsubishi EK X Specifications
As a characteristic Kei car that is small in shape, Mitsubishi eK-X also has small dimensions. Even when compared to the Toyota Agya, the overall dimensions are smaller EK-X but still higher. Based on specification data, the eK-X has a length of 3,395 mm, a width of 1,475 mm, and a height of 1,660 mm with a wheelbase of 2,495 mm. The four-passenger car also has a 155 mm ground clearance combined with the McPherson Strut (front) and Torsion Beam (rear) legs. While the tires use a 155/65 ring 14 profile for nonturbo, and 165/55 ring 15 for the turbo version.