Mitsubishi MMR25

Concept Cars 21 Oct 2008
Mitsubishi MMR25

The Mitsubishi MMR25 is multi-terrain futuristic vehicle with omnidirectional wheels made of eight independently-controlled motors, allowing for a 8×4 wheel drive so that the car can be driven forward while pointing in any direction.


Mitsubishi MMR25 - Design PanelThe Mitsubishi MMR25 showcases a shocking look, with multi-terrain, omnidirectional wheels which consist of eight independently-controlled motors, allowing for “8 x 4” wheel drive so that the car can be driven forward while pointing in any direction.

"The MMR25 drives sideways into a corner and points the nose of the car outwards before even reaching the apex of the curve while driving sideways or backwards."

The MMR25 also uses special Oblique Aerodynamics to give the vehicle aero advantages.

The center wing acts as a spoiler, actuated by pneumatic and fabricated from Memory Metal Alloy while the front and rear spoilers double as suspension blades which are able to control stiffness and ride height.

Mitsubishi Research & Design of North America – Design Team

  • Jon Hull (design, surfacing, rendering and animation)
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(Source: LA Auto Show)

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