Mitsubishi does its part to make electric cars real.
Mitsubishi pulls the wraps off of the U.S. market version of its iMiEV electric vehicle at the 2010 LA Auto Show.
Mitsubishi makes the iMiEV electric car into a tiny, awkwardly shaped van.
We got the chance to take a look at Mitsubishi's iMiEV -- an electric concept car based on the gas-driven, 'i' supermini available in Japan right now
The Mitsubishi iMiev is likely to be the first electric car from a major automaker this century. The company is well along in its production plans, and showed off an initial prototype of what might be rolling off the factory line.
During press days for the 2008 New York auto show, Mitsubishi drove its electric iMiEV up and down the hall, because it could. While gas-powered cars were prohibited from driving in the hall, the iMiEV was allowed to troll by the booths of its automotive competitors.
CNET Car Tech posts photos of the Mitsubishi iMiEV electric car from the 2008 New York auto show.
Mitsubishi shows off a version of the iMiev electric car designed for the European market at the 2009 Geneva auto show.
Much cheaper, longer-range electric cars are on the way if Japan's Sekisui Chemical claims are realized in 2015.
A week before the 2010 Los Angeles Auto Show, Mitsubishi leaks photos of the 2011 iMiev. But where's the EV's navigation system?