Mitsubishi CA-MiEV Revealed Before Geneva Debut

by SpeedLux

Mitsubishi has recently announced that it will showcase the CA-MiEV model at the Geneva Motor Show this month along with GR-HEV Pickup which is the concept car. The company has released photos of CA-MiEV just before the launch to give an idea of what the car would be like.

Mitsubishi CA-MiEV is a small electricity supported vehicle which falls in 186 mile category and this can make it a very appealing car for the Electronic Vehicles segment. The car is fitted with high-energy density batteries and a brand new engine (for which further details are not available), wireless charging kit, regenerative braking system.

The company may display CA-MiEV as a preview of the next generation of electric vehicles. More of it will be revealed in the upcoming show and till then we will have to keep waiting and guessing. Surely an anxiety created among the car lovers for this next-gen car.

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