TOKYO, Aug 6 (Reuters) - Mitsubishi Motors Corp will launch a second plug-in hybrid SUV in about two years time, its president said on Wednesday, as the Japanese carmaker seeks to capitalise on higher demand for environmentally friendly cars ahead of tough anti-pollution rules planned in Europe in 2020. Mitsubishi started selling its Outlander plug-in hybrid SUV in January 2013. President Tetsuro Aikawa said the new plug-in, which would be a hybrid version of its smaller RVR model, could be ...
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