Mitsubishi Motors Australia Ltd. says overwhelming interest in its i-MiEV compact electric-car means Down Under will receive 110 units, up from the 40 originally planned. President and CEO Masahiko Takahashi announces the increase at a dockside ceremony marking the arrival of the first 20 i-MiEVs. “The interest displayed by Australian private consumers and organizations in the new electric-vehicle technology has been overwhelming,” he is quoted as saying. “We have received more than ...

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