i MiEV

“i MiEV” is an electric vehicle based on the gasoline-driven 660cc “i” minicar.

Features of the gi MiEVh

Halting Global Warming

The i MiEV is a zero-emissions vehicle. Even when taking into account CO2 emissions at the power plants that generate the power needed for charging the car, it emits only approximately 30% of the CO2 of a gasoline minicar.


*1:One ton of CO2 is the amount absorbed per year by 76 Japanese ceder trees.iFigures based on driving mileage of 10,000km/year. One 50-year-old ceder tree absorbs 14kg of CO2/yearj

CO2 emissions per kilometer(well to wheel analysis in Japan, 10-15 mode)

*2: i gasoline turbo. All data on 2008 fleet monitoring test EVs are tested by Mitsubishi Motors.s


Easy on the wallet

The cost per kilometer to drive the i MiEV is one third that of a comparable gasoline vehicle. Depending on the cost of electricity, cost per kilometer can drop as low as one ninth that of gasoline, for example when charged during off-peak or night-time hours.

Cost for Driving the Same Distance(10-15 mode)

*2: i gasoline turbo. All data on 2008 fleet monitoring test EVs are tested by Mitsubishi Motors.s


Strong Acceleration

Strong acceleration is achieved through a compact and highly efficient permanent magnet synchronous motor that generates high torque from a low speed.

Acceleration(Passing: accelerating from 40 to 60km/h)

*2: i gasoline turbo. All data on 2008 fleet monitoring test EVs are tested by Mitsubishi Motors.s


Quietness That Does Not Disturb Sleep

Because the vehicle uses an electric motor free of the vertical vibration associated with gasoline engines, it runs extremely quietly.

Noise Level(when fully accelerating from 50km/h)

*2: i gasoline turbo. All data on 2008 fleet monitoring test EVs are tested by Mitsubishi Motors.s


Charge the Battery Anywhere

Using the on-board charger, the vehicle can be charged with a 100V or 200V power source in the home. In addition, if quick-chargers currently being developed by power companies are used, it will be possible to charge the vehicle in a short time.

Charging Time


Specifications (Targets for 2008 fleet monitoring test EVs)

iMiEV


All contents included on this website are as of July 2008 and subject to change without notice.

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