Browsing the "Mitsubishi i-MiEV" Tag

Electric Car Conversions Gain Popularity In Australia

August 29th, 2013 | by Christopher DeMorro

While many areas of America aren’t suited to the limited range and lack of charging infrastructure, it is nothing in comparison to Australia’s outback, where there could be hundreds of miles between filling stations. But even in Australia, DIYers and small shops are converting old cars into short-range EVs as petrol prices continue to rise

Next Mitsubishi Evo Could Be A 500 Horsepower Hybrid

July 24th, 2013 | by Christopher DeMorro

While some famous Mitsubishi names like Eclipse and Galant have been retired in recent years, the Lancer Evolution still commands respect in performance car circles. A 500 horsepower plug-in diesel hybrid Evo is said to be one possibility going forward, and such a car would shine the limelight on Mitsubishi once again

Mitsubishi Returning To Pikes Peak With Two EV Racers

May 17th, 2013 | by Christopher DeMorro

It has been a rough few years for Japanese automaker Mitsubishi, especially in regards to their cheap electric vehicle, the i-MiEV. But Mitsubishi hasn’t given up yet, and they are determined to prove how awesome EVs can be, which is why they’re returning to Pikes Peak with two dedicated electric race cars to challenge Toyota for racing supremacy

Mitsubishi To Debut Plug-In Hybrid Diesel Pickup At Geneva

February 14th, 2013 | by Christopher DeMorro

As of right now, the most fuel efficient pickup in America is the V6-powered Ram 1500, and the only hybrid pickup is the 2013 Chevy Silverado, which has a $40,000 price tag. So it’s safe to say the market for fuel efficient trucks is definitely wide open. So why Mitsubishi chose Geneva as the place to debut a hybrid-diesel pickup concept, we don’t know, but it sounds like the truck that America desperately needs

Mitsubishi i EV Lease Offered For Just $69 A Month

January 23rd, 2013 | by Christopher DeMorro

It has become readily apparent to automakers that consumers aren’t willing to pay much of a premium for pure electric vehicles. This has led to cost-cutting across the board, though an Illinois Mitsubishi dealer has undercut everybody with a $69-per-month lease deal on the Mitsubishi i electric vehicle. How is that even possible

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