The firm will be looking to improve on its finishing position in the Modified Electric Division last year, where it managed to grab second and third place using the MiEV Evolution II.
Updates for the MiEV Evolution II include a lighter chassis, which promises improved handling and traction thanks to a redesigned version of Mitsubishi's Super All-Wheel Control System. There's also a more aerodynamic bodywork package, and an increase in power from the car's electric motors to 603bhp - up from the 536bhp of last year's model.
The car's driver line-up remains unchanged from last year, with former Dakar Rally champion Hiroshi Masuoka piloting the car alongside previous Pikes Peak champion Greg Tracy.
Billed as the second-oldest motorsport event in America, the Pikes Peak hillclimb has been run since 1916, with teams looking to conquer the 12.42-mile, 156-turn course to become "king of the mountain."