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Yesterday Mitsubishi and Nissan signed a deal that would see Mitsubishi getting Nissan’s Infiniti M and re-badging it for the Japanese market (but according to Mitsubishi, it’s not going overseas).
Out of the U.K., design firm Gordon Murray design has paired with Japanese carbon fiber specialist Toray to build a lightweight, electric powered two-seater. It’s called the Teewave AR.1 and it uses an electric motor from the Mitsubishi i-Miev electric … Continue reading
Toyota just announced their 2012 Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid vehicle. The Prius Plug-in Hybrid offers seating for 5, and a manufacturer-estimated 87 MPGe (miles per gallon equivelant) in combined driving and 49 MPG in hybrid mode. The Prius Plug-in Hybrid will … Continue reading
Due to ‘unforeseen’ market conditions, Mitsubishi Motors North America has made a price increase of $1135 to the 2012 Mitsubishi i Electric Vehicle. Some speculate that the price increase is due to the rise in metals used in making batteries, … Continue reading
GM’s Volt started arriving in select Canadian dealerships last week. A day later, Nissan Canada announced that it would be launching a national test drive tour for the Nissan Leaf. Both Nissan and Chevy are gearing up for full national … Continue reading
In the ever-tightening electric vehicle race, manufacturers need to make their electric car stand out above the competition. Since the Mitsubishi i-Miev will be available in North America any day now, Mitsubishi is going all out in an effort to … Continue reading
Nissan and Mitsubishi are planning on working to develop a standard system to allow consumers to use their electric vehicles to power appliances in their home. Following the March 11 earthquake in Japan, several hybrid Toyota vehicles were reportedly used … Continue reading
SolarCity New Zealand and Mitsubishi New Zealand announced today that they have formed a national partnership to offer each i-MiEV owner (from this date forward) a high efficiency rooftop solar system.
The Mitsubishi website pushes the advantages of the i-Miev in an effort to get people to register for the North American Mitsubishi i. Most of these advantages are comparing the Mitsubishi i to a gasoline powered car – they didn’t … Continue reading
While Mitsubishi i-Miev news in North America is sometimes few and far between, Europe seems to really be embracing the little electric vehicle. The city of Armagh in Ireland announced today they are partnering with Cross Energy and giving away … Continue reading