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Mitsubishi Mi-Tech is the turbine-PHEV we never knew we wanted

Mitsubishi Mi-Tech is the turbine-PHEV we never knew we wanted

The Tokyo Motor Show 2019 is no stranger to electric cars, but the Mitsubishi Mi-Tech Concept manages to stand out all the same. A plug-in hybrid buggy, its pared-back bodywork and chunky styling are a solid reminder both that electrified cars can be ridiculously good fun and, yes, that Mitsubishi is still making vehicles.

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Mitsubishi reveals autonomous firefighting water cannon robot

Mitsubishi reveals autonomous firefighting water cannon robot

Engineers with Mitsubishi Heavy Industries have taken the wraps off two newly developed creations: Water Cannon Robot and Hose Extension Robot. The two machines are designed to play an active role in helping extinguish fires that may be too hazardous for human firefighters, including fires that may form at chemical plants. The company conducted an open demonstration of the technology in Tokyo last week.

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2020 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport rolls towards Geneva debut

2020 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport rolls towards Geneva debut

Mitsubishi has announced that it will hold the global unveil of the 2020 model year Outlander Sport at the Geneva International Motor Show. The Geneva show will run March 7-17. While the Outlander Sport is an important vehicle for Mitsubishi, its sales aren't that strong globally.

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Mitsubishi Delica D: 5 and Outlander PHEV Eclipse Cross head to Tokyo

Mitsubishi Delica D: 5 and Outlander PHEV Eclipse Cross head to Tokyo

Mitsubishi Motors has unveiled some of the rides that it will have on hand at Tokyo Auto Salon 2019. The cars include a new minivan called the Delica D: 5, the Outlander PHEV Street Sport, and Eclipse cross Street Sport. Mitsubishi claims that the D: 5 van will have three versions launched in 2018, with only a week to go in the month it had better hurry.

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Android scores huge infotainment win with world’s biggest auto alliance

Android scores huge infotainment win with world’s biggest auto alliance

Google's Android will power the new infotainment systems of Renault, Nissan, and Mitsubishi cars, with the huge automaker alliance announcing the huge deal today. The Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance is the world's largest automotive group, collectively responsible for 10.6 million vehicle sales last year.

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The 5 Most Fuel Efficient Non-Hybrid Cars in 2018

The 5 Most Fuel Efficient Non-Hybrid Cars in 2018

What is the most important factor to consider when shopping for a new car? In an ideal world, every one of us should be driving a powerful Tundra or F150 - But when reality strikes hard and you need to get back to Earth, nothing beats the economic advantages of driving a fuel efficient car. The popularity of SUVs and crossovers is hard to ignore, however if you need a family hauler that sips gas, you will need to shell out a lot more money for a hybrid or PHEV version.

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2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross lands in the US

2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross lands in the US

Mitsubishi has announced that its new Eclipse Cross has arrived in the US. The automaker has offered up images of the first boatload of the new SUV rolling off the ship and onto our shores. The new Eclipse Cross SUV isn't The Buster's Eclipse. The Eclipse Cross is a compact CUV promising a "stimulating design" and an aggressive price.

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Mitsubishi e-Evolution Concept hits at automaker’s vision for the future

Mitsubishi e-Evolution Concept hits at automaker’s vision for the future

Mitsubishi has been on the death watch list for many people for years now as its market share and dealer network have shrunk. The company has lost its halo performance car in the form of the Lancer Evolution, but Mitsubishi isn't giving up. The automaker has a new concept SUV that hints at what the future of the brand will look like.

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Next-Gen Mitsubishi Delica to debut at 2017 Tokyo Motor Show

Next-Gen Mitsubishi Delica to debut at 2017 Tokyo Motor Show

Things have been very quiet in the US on the Mitsubishi front. The company isn't doing well in the US, but that may be turning around for it with the Nissan-Renault deal that we talked about last year. Many are quite bummed that Mitsubishi killed off the Evo, the only enthusiast exciting car the company offered. Cars aren't the future for Mitsubishi though and it is betting on crossovers for its turnaround.

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This new EV battery promises to end range anxiety by 2020

This new EV battery promises to end range anxiety by 2020

A battery breakthrough could double range for electric cars, with a Japanese manufacturer claiming its new Li-Ion technology will be ready for production as soon as 2020. Potentially addressing the range anxiety problem that dissuades many would-be EV buyers from ditching gasoline and diesel. Still, there are plenty of questions about the proposed new technology.

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Renault-Nissan teases big things for Mitsubishi in $2.2 billion deal

Renault-Nissan teases big things for Mitsubishi in $2.2 billion deal

It's been a little while since Mitsubishi has been in the news, but that's all changing today, with Renault-Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn teasing plans for a massive team up between the three companies at the Paris Auto Show. Renault-Nissan is currently looking to pay $2.2 billion to take home a 34% stake in Mitsubishi, and it sounds like Renault-Nissan isn't interested in wasting any time once the deal is confirmed by the appropriate regulatory authorities.

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Mitsubishi admits to cheating fuel consumption tests

Mitsubishi admits to cheating fuel consumption tests

In a page right of the book on Volkswagen's emissions scandal, Japanese car maker Mitsubishi has admitted to "improper conduct" in regard to the testing data on fuel economy for roughly 625,000 of its vehicles. The company issued a public statement earlier today, explaining that it was conducting an investigation into the employees who "conducted testing improperly to present better fuel consumption rates," as well as apologizing for the misrepresentation.

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