Mitsubishi says its guiding theme has been 'making feelings come true', which hints at its goal of creating a car that can automatically react to the driver’s requirements with minimal inputs.
Inside, the cabin features distinctive LCD displays that are laminated and bonded to allow for ease of visibility and operation in all conditions. The displays sit on either side of the driver and are fully customisable.
All cabin operations can be controlled with gestures rather than making physical contact with buttons and dials, while the driver also has the option of putting on a wearable device that vibrates to alert them to any hazards or changes in the car’s set-up.
The Emirai 3 xDas also has a head-up display that highlights potential hazards up the road and can warn of dangers ahead, including around corners at junctions. It uses 3D mapping to display the information.