Along with the Mi-Tech concept, Mitsubishi also showcased this boxy Super Height K-Wagon concept at the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show. As the name suggests, this is for the Kei car segment that exists in the Japanese market.
The front fascia with MMC’s Dynamic Shield design language looks pretty similar to the eK X, another Kei car that is already on sale in Japan. The rest of the design is typical to that of an MPV or a van, only scaled down to Kei class. This particular example is finished in Olive Green with White roof for a dual-tone effect.
The interior layout looks like it indeed offers generous legroom and headroom, especially for the rear passengers. As you might have noticed from the rails on the side profile, the rear doors slide backwards for better ingress and egress. The seats are upholstered in synthetic leather with diamond quilting.
The Super Height K-Wagon packs a good amount of technology too, these include Mi-Pilot single-lane driver assistance on highways, a braking system that mitigates damage from collisions, and collision prevention assistance for pedal misapplication.
As with most of the Kei cars in Japan, the K-Wagon is expected to be powered by a 660 cc 3-cylinder petrol engine.