The concept-car Mitsubishi CA-MiEV is a compact electric car that heralds the new i-MiEV from the Japanese manufacturer. It shows an aerodynamic design that recalls the style of another Japanese the Sim-Drive and its Sim-Lei, the most aerodynamic electric cars, certainly one of the reasons explaining the 300km range.
It is a concept-car, but as the saying goes, "you might find some of its stylistic and technical specifications in the new i-MiEV" the vehicle used for the Peugeot iOn and Citroën C-Zero.
The concept-car CA-MiEV is a five-door car which features angular lines very futuristic and aerodynamic and a 300km range on a single charge. The design actually seems closely linked to the search for efficiency and aerodynamics, also under the influence of the Toyota Prius.
The car can be charged without contact.
On the connectivity side, the car can exchange information with the user’s Smartphone such as the level of battery charge or GPS positioning.