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Sunday, October 14, 2018

Seeing the Mitsubishi EMIRAI4 smart-mobility concept car

Mitsubishi Electric Corporation has been presented their EMIRAI 4 driving-assistance concept car for safer and more convenient transportation in the smart mobility era under the concept of “Make the move to mobility,” for the first time at the Tokyo Motor Show 2017 held on October 2017.
Mitsubishi EMIRAI4 smart-mobility concept car has debuted at the Tokyo Motor Show 2017. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2Cdf5Jf)
The vision of this car is to create a vehicle of the future that is quite stylish but sophisticated and safe. Sensors everywhere, cameras instead of glass, temperature sensors, head up displays and path sensors are also standard for this car.
Left side view of Mitsubishi EMIRAI4 smart-mobility concept car. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2Cdf5Jf)
The EMIRAI 4 will later become a future roadster with high technology including electric-powered, connected technology and autonomous drive systems. And the EMIRAI 4 will be equipped with the latest driver assistance technology that makes transportation more comfortable and environmentally friendly.

Moving from the exterior of the vehicle, the car is equipped with a variety of sensors that can detect when the door will open. Immediately, the EMIRAI 4 will project an indicator that illuminates the road to warn other drivers that the car door will open.
Dashboard view of Mitsubishi EMIRAI4 smart-mobility concept car. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2CewYri)
Although it looks to have only a few mirrors, the car has a 'crossed image display' which provides 3D images and serves to describe the surrounding environment. In addition, there is also a wide-ange camera that is able to monitor the driver and front passenger. The system is able to detect potential driving hazards including when the cabin is too hot or cold.

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Another important feature is the presence of heads-up display with augmented reality technology. This feature serves to emphasize the correct path in green so as to reduce the risk of misdirection including the position of the vehicle track. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC | NIPPON NEWS | INTERESTING ENGINEERING | ELECTRIC CARS REPORT]
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