Mitsubishi i-MiEV to Participate at Pike's Peak International Hill Climb

Still super-cute on the outside and well-built under the hood, Mitsubishi’s i-MiEV is taking on a new challenge. An i-MiEV-based

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The Mitsubishi i-MiEV's Next Stop is Thailand

Mitsubishi’s i-MiEV, whatever its reception in the American market, is moving all over the world. The latest stop for the

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So, This Is What's Wrong With the MiEV

Mitsubishi brought a couple of i-MiEVs to the Chicago Auto Show, one in white and one in a gorgeous plum

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Initiative 120: Berlin Police Adopt EVs and Hybrids

Blue striping on a white background makes the eleven new cars roaming the streets of Berlin immediately recognizable as emergency

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Top Five – The Cutest Electric Vehicles of 2011

Cute isn’t a concept that car people – or tech people – often talk about, but how good something looks

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Mitsubishi's i-MiEV is Awesome (Says the EPA)

Putting on a few pounds and expanding around the edges hasn’t hurt the i-MiEV’s energy efficiency at all. According to

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Mitsubishi To Unveil Hybrid Crossover And 70 MPG Small Car

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.

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i-MiEV Comes To America, Gets Bigger

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-MiEV…

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Plug In Day | Funeral Procession for the Oil Industry

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.

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