The i-MiEV Evo used stock motors and a stock inverter reprogrammed to 80 kW.
The i-MiEV Evo II may have not, but the MicroAutoBox programmer is available...
Here's a cross-posting from earlier Pike's Peak racer discussion.
I gleaned the following from the latest coverage on InsideEVs http://insideevs.com/mitsubishi-motors- ... ill-climb/
Control system(Made by dSPACE)
Production i-MiEV ECU with MicroAutoBox*1
Anybody experienced with that there MicroAutoBox? Looks like a key to reprogramming our cars for more performance...http://www.dspace.com/en/pub/home/produ ... cautob.cfm
Here's a newsletter article on it's application in the iMiEV EVOII, with a few more technical details on the car https://www.dspace.com/shared/data/bkm/ ... -01_en/#40
The MicroAutoBox was also used in a University of Michigan EV, and they gave presentations/ wrote papers on the impementation.https://www.dspace.com/shared/data/pdf/ ... _ebook.pdf
dSpace offers special developer kits at a discount to academia... without listing prices.http://www.dspace.com/shared/data/pdf/2 ... 2013_E.pdf
And finally, the special price is..... $14,700 to schools, $33k to industry. Sure, I'll take two. http://groups.csail.mit.edu/drl/wiki/im