Mitsubishi Motors Australia Ltd. reportedly is planning to launch Australia’s first battery-powered pure-electric car by the end of next year. “Mitsubishi (Motors Corp. doesn’t) make hybrid cars,” Mitsubishi Australia Ltd. Managing Director Rob McEniry tells the Herald Sun newspaper in Melbourne. “They make electric cars. And we will have one here as soon as we possibly can.” The launch target for the Mitsubishi i-MiEV is the final months of 2009, with a starting price in the A$30,000 ...

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