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2009 Mitsubishi i-MiEV Production Version Unveiled 2009 Mitsubishi i-MiEV Production Version Unveiled

Mitsubishi Motors Corporation today, on World Environment Day, unveiled the production version of the i-MiEV *1 *2 new-generation electric vehicle (EV), describing it as "the pioneer that will open the door to the next 100 years of our automobile society." The i-MiEV will go on sale on the Japanese market in late July of this year. The i-MiEV represents the crystallization of some 40 years of electric vehicle development at Mitsubishi Motors. The company is presenting the...

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2010 Mitsubishi i MiEV Electric Vehicle Preview - (Australia) 2010 Mitsubishi i MiEV Electric Vehicle Preview - (Australia)

Mitsubishi Motors Australia Limited (MMAL) will display a production-ready electric vehicle, the i MiEV, for the first time ever at the 2009 Melbourne International Motor Show. i MiEV – which stands for Mitsubishi Innovative Electric Vehicle – will be the central attraction at this year’s Mitsubishi display which will also feature the entire line-up of the company’s comprehensive product range, including the newly released Limited Edition RX Outlander. The i MiEV, a viable zero...

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2009 Mitsubishi i MiEV, The Future is Here, Now 2009 Mitsubishi i MiEV, The Future is Here, Now

During 2009, the Mitsubishi i MiEV will become the world’s first truly viable, fully featured, zero drive-time emission, city commuter vehicle to go into volume production and be available for sale in Japan. Car companies are delivering on the dream of electric vehicles, and it is happening sooner than many people think. The Mitsubishi i MiEV is the first of what will become, in the next five years or so, an avalanche of electric vehicles from all manufacturers. Commencing in February...

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100% Electric Mitsubishi i MiEV Confirmed in 2009 - (Australia) 100% Electric Mitsubishi i MiEV Confirmed in 2009 - (Australia)

According to the Herald Sun newspaper, Mitsubishi Motors Australia Managing Director Rob McEniry has announced that a full electric ‘plug-in’ car will be on sale in Australia by the end of 2009 at a price starting from approximately $30,000. Unlike Toyota, Lexus and Honda, who are currently the only manufacturers in Australia selling petrol electric hybrid cars, the Mitsubishi “i MiEV” is a pure electric vehicle, making this announcement an industry surprise.

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