Browsing the "i MiEV" Tag

Mitsubishi i EV: The One Sentence Review

September 4th, 2012 | by Christopher DeMorro

Though I often write about electric vehicles, my opportunities to drive them have mostly been limited to car shows and special events. That all changed a couple of weeks ago when I was given three full days to test out Mitsubishi’s entry into the EV market. Known around the world as the i-Miev, here in America it will be called simply the “Mitsubishi i,” and it currently represents the most affordable EV on the market that isn’t a go kart. But only just. Read on for the rest of my “one-sentence” review

Toyota Bringing Record Setting EV To Pikes Peak

June 8th, 2012 | by Christopher DeMorro

Pikes Peak has a long and exciting history of motorsports action, and that history has taken a new twist with the recent influx of purpose-built electric racers. This year’s Race to the Clouds will see electric vehicles from Mitsubishi, Monster Tajima, and a converted BMW M3 from EV’s West. Now Toyota is throwing its hat into the ring with a new version of the electric racer that set a Nurburgring lap record for EV’s called the TMG EV

Mitsubishi To Unveil Hybrid Crossover And 70 MPG Small Car

November 9th, 2011 | by Christopher DeMorro

Mitsubishi sales in America have been sinking for some time, to the point where the small Japanese automaker has killed off most of their lineup to make room for electric and hybrid vehicles. Mitsubishi will unveil two of these vehicles, a hybrid crossover and a small car that could get up to 70 mpg on Japan’s testing cycle

i-MiEV Comes To America, Gets Bigger

November 4th, 2011 | by Charis Michelsen

The enlargement of small cars in America is no secret and no surprise – it’s been happening for years. Part of it is the American assumption that bigger = better, but changing safety regulations also have to be taken into account. The North American i-Mi

Plug In Day | Funeral Procession for the Oil Industry

October 18th, 2011 | by Susanna Schick

Although we certainly didn't arrive early enough to be at the front of this joyous funeral procession, I made my way to the front to see the Fisker Karma in action, then turned around and filmed almost the entire length of the parade

Green News Roundup: Friday, October 7th, 2011

October 7th, 2011 | by Christopher DeMorro

TGIF, am I right? It has been another long week, but thankfully the weekend is here in full force. So let’s take a brief look at some of yesterday’s news highlights, including the world’s longest solar bridge, the Renault Twizy gets priced, and one website asks if high speed rail can be saved

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