Mitsubishi only managed to sell 12 i-MiEVs in November in the US, so in order to boost sales, the 2014 model receives an expanded standard equipment package and a price reduction of $6,130.
Mitsubishi will enter the wild tube-frame, carbon-body AWD electric racecar you see here at this Year's Pikes Peak hillclimb. One electric motor drives the front wheels and two power the rear for a total output of 320 HP.
Wired's Chuck Squatriglia has been writing about life with the i-MiEV, Mitsubishi's pill-shaped electric car. Here he finds that the snubs from other electric vehicle drivers cut deepest. — Ed.
The long-brewing, all-electric Mitsubishi i-MiEV has finally gotten the production green-light and a sale price. It's a rather bracing $47,000 for the Japanese market. Spendy, but no gasoline necessary is a pretty killer feature, right?
Mitsubishi is quietly brewing an extensive electric vehicle program that's one of the most intensive in the industry and they've just announced a partnership with PSA Peugeot Citroen.
The Geneva Motor Show will see the debut of the Mitsubishi i-MiEV Sport Air Concept, building on the i-MiEV electric platform with a sexier profile. Well, sexier for an electric car.
We stumbled across these Japanese commercials for the Mitsubishi i MiEV and noticed something very interesting. It's basically the same as the commercials for the Yukon/Tahoe Hybrid. The gimmick in both of them is that someone explains to a group of children how the technology works and how awesome it is. The real…