PARIS – Mitsubishi Motors Corp. may be a small Japanese company with falling sales, but it is the only major auto maker to have an electric car in production, and it is making the best of it with promotions around the world. In Europe, Mitsubishi is making 12 4-seat i-MiEV electric vehicles available for test drives over the next couple of months, hoping to persuade the public that EVs are like other cars, requiring only small changes of habit to drive. At the Tokyo auto show earlier ...

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