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Mitsubishi and Thai Government Begin Joint Study on i-MiEV

Breaking News

Mitsubishi i-MiEV in Thailand
In brief: Mitsubishi Motors and the government of Thailand have agreed to begin a joint study to test electric vehicles; specifically the i-MiEV.

Vehicle in the news

Make/Model: i-MiEV
Manufacturer: Mitsubishi

The word

Minister Chaiwut Bannawat and Mitsubishi's Osamu MasukoThe study will begin initiatives to introduce the i-MiEV to the Taiwanese market through the government's Electric Vehicle Project, which is overseen by the Ministry of Industry.

The i-MiEV is currently available in Japan, Hong Kong, Australia, some European markets and will become available in the U.S., Monaco, Singapore, and others next year.

Coinciding with this introduction for Thailand, Mitsubishi also began work on a new factory in the country in Laem Chabang in the Chonburi province.

And so ...

Mitsubishi is moving ahead with the i-MiEV, despite a lot of momentum loss since its introduction a couple of years ago.

Photo credits: Mitsubishi Motors

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