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The i-MiEV goes on sale in 15 European countries; near-term plan to boost that to 19

Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (MMC) announced that sale of the European-spec i-MiEVelectric vehicle is to commence in 15 European countries: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom.

MMC began production of the i-MiEVs for Europe from October of last year. Three months after starting shipment, about 2,500 units—including Peugeot iOn and Citroën C-ZERO units—were shipped.

In addition to the first 15 countries the car is to be sold in, there have been requests to introduce the i-MiEV from Finland, Serbia, Turkey, and Slovenia. In response to these requests, MMC plans to ship units to these countries in the near future, making the European countries the i-MiEV will be sold in to 19. Later on, the i-MiEV shall be sequentially introduced further within Mitsubishi Motors Europe’s territory.

Comments

HarveyD

Who said the Europe was not interested in EVs?

Reel$$

I sat in one of these at a recent car show and was delighted. Don't know what the real world drive results are yet and we have little data from reviewers or test drives - but all QUALITY EVs are welcome. We wish Mitusbishi much luck in this roll out.

lensovet

so, when are they planning on bringing these to the US?

mahonj

The i-MiEV is very small.
Wait till you see one.
Handy for town use, however.

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