I recently got my hands on the Mitsubishis newest EV, the Mitsui Eclipse.
It is a hatchback with the styling of a sedan and is also the first Mitsubikis hatchback to be powered by a 4-cylinder engine.
The vehicle is powered by an electric motor, but that is where the similarities end.
The Mitsubisha Eclipse is the first electric vehicle to compete in the EV racing series.
In fact, the only other EV that does so is the Tesla Model S, but the Mitsumi Eclipse is one of the few EVs in the world to use a Mitsubuchi battery.
This is not only because of its high-performance driving range, but also because the Mitsubs battery is made by Mitsubaki.
This battery has been tested by the world’s leading automotive battery supplier, Mitsubichi, and it has been proven to provide exceptional power output and longevity.
I’m not going to get into all the details of how the Mitsitsu Eclipse works, but I’ll share a few things that I learned from the test.
First, the Eclipse does not have a transmission.
Instead, the car has a dual-clutch transmission.
The system is called Mitsubumi Dual Clutch Transmission (MCT) which stands for Mitsubushi Dual Closhing Transmission.
The MCT uses the clutch to apply torque to the wheels and then the rear wheels.
This allows the car to go faster than normal.
The tires have a very good contact patch, which makes it possible for the tires to lock into place.
This also helps the car maintain speed during hard braking.
It was also the main reason why I chose the Eclipse as my first EV.
I found it very easy to drive, and also very easy on the brakes.
The suspension is very good, and I really liked how the seats feel.
This was especially important because I was in an electric car.
The only thing I would have liked to see improved is the rear seat back.
It feels a bit too low.
I would also like to see a new steering wheel, but there is a new wheel in the U.S. market that is very popular, so I won’t be surprised if that changes.
I have a few more questions about the Mitsibashi Eclipse, and if you have any, please let me know in the comments below.