OKAZAKI, Japan – Mitsubishi will make the Outlander Sport cross/utility vehicle one of its first U.S. plug-in hybrid electric vehicles by 2013, the auto maker’s chief of electric vehicles tells Ward’s. Mitsubishi earlier said it plans to launch production of the CUV at its Normal, Il, plant in summer 2012. Sold as the RVR in Japan and ASX in other markets, the compact CUV currently is exported from the auto maker’s Okazaki plant in Aichi. The Outlander Sport PHEV version, shown in ...
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