Mitsubishi Pistachio

Mitsubishi Pistachio

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The Mitsubishi Pistachio is a three-door sedan introduced by Mitsubishi Motors in December 1999, based on the platform of their Minica kei car. Only 50 Pistachios were sold in either Citron Yellow and Loire Green colour schemes, priced at ¥959,000, to local authorities and public corporations working to protect the environment.


Powered by a 4A31 1094 cc DOHC 16v engine capable of at 6000 rpm and of torque at 4000 rpm, the car was designed to maximize fuel economy and minimize emissions. It had a kerb weight, slim 135/80R13 tyres, electric power steering, lightweight stainless steel exhaust manifold, lightweight aluminium wheels, aluminium hood, thin-gauge glass, and an aluminium seatback., Jack Yamaguchi, SAE Automotive Engineering International, July 2000 Under the hood, it utilized both gasoline direct injection (GDI) and Automatic Stop-Go (ASG), a system which turns off the engine while the vehicle is stationary and automatically restarts it when the clutch is depressed. So equipped, the Pistachio recorded fuel consumption of , unprecedented for an exclusively gasoline-powered vehicle.


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