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2000 Mitsubishi SSS

Mitsubishi SSS Concept, 2000
Mitsubishi SSS Concept, 2000
Mitsubishi SSS Concept, 2000
Mitsubishi SSS Concept, 2000
Mitsubishi SSS Concept, 2000
Mitsubishi SSS Concept, 2000
Mitsubishi SSS Concept, 2000
Mitsubishi SSS Concept, 2000
Mitsubishi SSS Concept, 2000 - Interior
Mitsubishi SSS Concept, 2000 - Interior
Mitsubishi SSS Concept, 2000 - Design Sketch
Mitsubishi SSS Concept, 2000 - Design Sketch
Mitsubishi SSS Concept, 2000 - LA Auto Show
Mitsubishi SSS Concept, 2000 - LA Auto Show
Mitsubishi SSS Concept, 2000 - LA Auto Show
Mitsubishi SSS Concept, 2000 - LA Auto Show
Bilder: Mitsubishi
Bewertung:  11    -3    +14
Концепт впервые показан на NAIAS 2000 в Детройте.
Created at Mistubishi’s Cypress, California design studio, the SSS concept reflected the company’s “Geo-Mechanical” styling philosophy. This was the third in a series with the bold design, and was created to combine the driving pleasure and passenger comforts of a sport sedan with the packaging versatility of an SUV. Mitsubishi was developing a whole new vehicle category - the "enhanced utility sedan" in a shape like nothing else on the road. Powered by Mitsubishi’s 3.5-liter SOHC V-6, mounted transversely, the SSS was built on a front-wheel-drive platform with 4-wheel independent suspension for sophisticated ride and handling. Functional touches of the SSS include parallelogram-hinged doors that minimized the space needed to open side doors, high intensity discharge (HID) front lighting, LED lighting system in the rear, and a dual front bumper system (one low and a second one higher) that decreased the possibility of nosedive under a larger SUV in a rear-end collision.


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The SSS is Mitsubishi Motor's "enhanced utility sedan," a concept car created by the company's 26-year-old lead designer, John Hull, at its design center in Cypress, Calif. He designed the vehicle on a computer, then translated the model directly into milled forms for both the interior and exterior, skipping the clay-model step. According to Hull, this gave him more control over the finished car and let him complete the project more quickly.

The SSS uses parallelogram-hinged doors thatslide forward or aft to minimize space needed toopen doors. A blade manifold headlight systemuses high-intensity (HID) technology for morelight on the road than with conventionalheadlamps. Dual front bumpers — one above theother — lowers the risk of nosediving under alarger SUV or truck in rear-end collisions. Aneight-step paint process gives the car a milledmetal look. On the inside, a center-consolecomputer and mouse puts driver data on thewindshield through a heads-up display (HUD).Folding down the rear seats opens enough cargospace to stow two full-size mountain bikes in astanding configuration.
Quelle: www.chicagoautoshow.com; www.machinedesign.com
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