Mitsubishi i at the 39th Tokyo Motor Show in October / November 2005
|Body versions :||Station wagon|
Otto engine :
|Wheelbase :||2550 mm|
|Empty weight :||from 900 kg|
The Mitsubishi i is a miniature car ( kei car ) from the Japanese automaker Mitsubishi Motors , which came onto the Japanese market on January 24, 2006, 28 months after its debut as a “concept car” at the 2003 IAA in Frankfurt.
It has four doors, an electronically controlled mid-engine with a maximum output of 47 kW and a maximum torque of 95 Nm. The vehicle reaches a top speed of 130 km / h.
Although the car was originally designed specifically for Japan, it will soon be launched in other right-hand drive markets in Asia, Oceania and Europe. Based on this there is the Mitsubishi i-MiEV , a purely electric car.
Another unusual peculiarity for today's small car is the self-supporting aluminum - skeletal body of the Mitsubishi i.
Datasheet Mitsubishi i
|Engine:||3-cylinder in-line engine (four-stroke) 3B20 MIVEC, in front of the rear axle|
|Bore × stroke:||65.4 x 65.4 mm|
|Performance at 1 / min:||38 kW
|Max. Torque at 1 / min:||57 Nm at 4000||94 Nm at 3000|
|Compression:||10.8: 1||8.8: 1|
|Mixture preparation:||Electronic injection||Electronic injection, turbocharger, intercooler|
|Valve control:||2 overhead camshafts, drive via toothed belt, 4 valves per cylinder|
rear-wheel drive, aW all-wheel drive
|Front suspension:||Wishbones, suspension struts, coil springs|
|Rear suspension:||Rigid axle, trailing arm, Panhard rod, coil springs|
|Brakes:||Internally ventilated disc brakes at the front, drum brakes at the rear, servo|
|Steering:||Rack and pinion steering, aW servo|
|Body:||Aluminum spaceframe, self-supporting|
|Track width front / rear:||1310/1270 mm|
|Dimensions:||3395 × 1475 × 1600 mm|
|Empty weight:||from 900 kg|
|Top speed:||approx. 130 km / h||n / A|
|0-100 km / h (factory):||not specified|
(liters / 100 kilometers):
|approx. 4–6 p|
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