Mitsubishi i-MiEV 2012

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Technical specifications:

Power                                          49 kW (67 Hp)

Fuel                                               Electric

Number of Seats                       4

Door Count                                 4/5

Gearbox                                      Automatic transmission

Emissions Sticker                   4 (Green)

First Registration                     04/2012

HU                                                03/2019

Climatisation                             A/C (man.)

Colour                                         White

Interior Design                         Cloth, Black



  • ABS
  • Alloy wheels
  • CD player
  • Electric heated seats
  • Electric side mirror
  • Electric windows
  • ESP
  • Immobilizer
  • Isofix
  • Leather steering wheel
  • Light sensor
  • Power Assisted Steering
  • Tuner/radio
  • Standard charging cable with charging circuit breaker
  • Quick Charge
  • Energy recovery system
  • Top speed: 130 km / h
  • Range: 150 km
  • Normal charge: 6 hours
  • Fast charge (80%): 30 minutes
  • 4 seats
  • Electrically adjustable outside mirrors
  • Electric windows
  • Electric immobilizer
  • Air conditioner
  • Leather steering wheel
  • Light sensor
  • Stability control
  • Traction control
  • Radio with CD player
  • Power steering
  • Heated seats
  • Cloth floor mats
  • Central locking with remote control

I-MIEV (Mitsubishi Innovative Electric Vehicle)

In a further step towards making electric vehicles a viable business proposition, on December 12, 2007 Mitsubishi Motors Corporation joined hands with GS Yuasa Corporation and Mitsubishi Corporation and set up “Lithium Energy Japan” (LEJ), to develop, manufacture and sell large-size lithium-ion cells.
Within the LEJ joint-venture each partner brought its own leading know-how:
GS Yuasa possesses advanced technologies in large lithium-ion batteries and is striving to broaden their applications.
Mitsubishi Corporation intends to enter the battery manufacturing business and aims to create other related businesses as well.
Mitsubishi Motors Corporation – which had electric cars on the road in Japan as early as 1971 – is working to strengthen its prominent position in (proprietary) EV technology.