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Mitsubishi Outlander plug-in hybrid U.S. launch delayed until 2015


Mitsubishi Motors Corp has delayed the introduction of its Outlander plug-in hybrid model in the U.S. until 2015 because of bottlenecks in battery production. According to the Japanese automaker, the problem comes from Lithium Energy Japan., the company that supplies these batteries; but LEJ (a joint venture between Mitsubishi Motors, GS Yuasa Corp. and trading house Mitsubishi Corp.) was able to supply ...
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Mitsubishi Motors reports strong profit growth for April – December 2012
Mitsubishi Motors Corporation has posted a net profit up 27 percent for the nine months to December, due to higher sales in Asia and cost cuts. Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (MMC) posted ...
Mitsubishi recalls 14,700 EVs due to brake problem
Mitsubishi Motors Corporation announced it would recall about 14,700 electric vehicles worldwide due to a brake problem specific to electric cars. The recall is one of the biggest callbacks involving the ...
Mitsubishi France boss resigns after calling industry minister a “retard”
Jean-Claude Debard, head of Mitsubishi Motors' independent French dealer network, has resigned after describing France's industry minister, Arnaud Montebourg, as a “retard”. According to spokesman of Mitsubishi France, Debard has stepped ...
Mitsubishi temporarily stops shipping EVs to Peugeot
Mitsubishi Motors announces that it has stopped the shipment of its electric cars named i-MiEV to PSA Peugeot Citroen in France for time being. This is a temporary halt which the ...
Mitsubishi Begins Production of the Outlander Sport in the US
Mitsubishi Motors announced its plans to begin production of the Outlander Sport compact crossover at its Illinois plant. Until now Mitsubishi manufactured at the Illinois plant models designed only for the ...
Mitsubishi Sells NedCar Plant for 1 Euro
On Wednesday, July 11th, Mitsubishi Motors declared it will sell its plant in the Netherlands to local bus maker VDL Groep for 1 euro ($1.23). The facility in the Netherlands is ...
PSA and Mitsubishi Begin Full Scale Production at the PCMA Rus Plant
Today, July 4th, PSA and Mitsubishi’s PCMA Rus plant celebrated the beginning of full-scale production in the Kaluga region. PCMA Rus is an assembly plant owned by PSA Peugeot Citroen (70%) ...
Mitsubishi Mirage to be exported to Japan
Mitsubishi Motors Company has recently announced that the Mirage model will be exported to Japan. After being officially presented to the public at the Bangkok Motor Show this spring and making ...
Mitsubishi Mirage to be sold in Thailand by the end of March
Mitsubishi Motors Company has recently announced that the Mirage compact vehicle will be sold in Thailand starting with the 28th of March. According to the Japanese based automaker, the Mitsubishi Mirage ...

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