Mitsubishi i-MiEV : NJ Electric Car Adventure

http://MPGomatic.com takes a ride in a 2012 Mitsubishi i-MiEV electric car. We check out a bunch of huge solar array installations and look for public charging stations. The solar energy business is booming in New Jersey, but we lag far behind when it comes to electric vehicle charging stations. Why are electric cars important? This keynote from James Woolsey, former director of the CIA will help to shed light ... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EAGYR2sEN1Y&list=PL0174793206EEA829&feature=plpp_play_all

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Mitsubishi iMiEV Electric Car - Motion Commotion Reviews
Motion Commotion takes a first drive of the new Mitsubishi iMiEV that's coming to the US market in fall 2011. It takes a look at all its features and compares them against the Nissan Leaf. Motion Commotion is Sponsored by CarMD.com Corp.





2014 Mitsubishi i-Miev Electric Review
In today's video I give detailed tour of the 2014 Mitsubishi i-Miev all-electric vehicle showing the exterior, engine and interior. Welcome to the Automotive Review Channel where I post my car reviews and in-depth tours of the most interesting automotive finds. On my channel you will see everything from classics to concepts and from exotic to commercial. I constantly update my channel with new videos. You are welcome to share your opinion in the comments section. Visit my channel to find more, subscribe and thanks for watching! -Eugene AUTOMOTIVE REVIEW FACEBOOK PAGE: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Automotive-Review/190551434330865 TUMBLR: http://automotivereviewchannel.tumblr.com





Flooded Mitsubishi i-MiEV: Cracking open the battery pack
http://300mpg.org/ What's inside a flooded i-Miev battery pack? I crack it open to take a look Visit my blog or subscribe to find out more as this project continues!





ONE DAY WITH THE MITSUBISHI I-MIEV
I drive this electric vehicle like a normal car, but I can't say it's a slowpoke, it's faster than the most conventional cars of this size... The i-MiEV has got a 16kWh Li-Ion battery with a nominal voltage of 330V, a usual 230V charge needed about 6hours@3.3kW! A quick charge up to 80% via CHAdeMO (400VDC@50kW/CAN bus) is trendy , but I wouldn't recommend it for the battery!




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