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Mitsubishi dresses Outlander PHEV in fancy Concept-S attire for Paris

This year's Paris Motor Show has provided a launching pad for some incredible machinery. Highlights include a Ducati-powered Volkswagen, a hybrid Lamborghini and a four-door Audi TT. Among the interesting and expensive cars from Europe's finest, Japanese manufacturer Mitsubishi has revealed its Outlander PHEV Concept-S, a special design package for its hybrid SUV. Read More
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BYD takes aim at world market with Qin sports hybrid

BYD, based in Shenzhen, China, is the world’s biggest rechargeable battery manufacturer and has been branching into the automotive sector since 2003. On Tuesday, it took aim at the global market with the official launch of its performance-based Qin PHEV (Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle) sports saloon. The online launch saw all one hundred cars on offer sold in two seconds in what the company believes is an industry record, as 95,000 people visited BYD’s virtual shopping mall. Read More
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Toyota shows the i-Road – a fully-enclosed, tilting, electric three-wheeled competitor for the motorcycle

Toyota rocked the automotive world a few hours ago with full details of a new form of transport it will exhibit at the Geneva Motor Show which begins tomorrow. Toyota's i-ROAD is a fully-enclosed, two-seater, three-wheeled, fully-electric, Personal Mobility Vehicle (PMV) which looks to be more a competitor for the motorcycle than anything we have seen before from the world's largest automotive manufacturer. Read More
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Mitsubishi to produce plug-in hybrid New Outlander

When it comes to hybrid cars, there seem to be two types – cars that were designed from the start to be hybrids, and cars that started out as internal combustion-only models, but that gained a hybrid option along the way. Mitsubishi Motors, however, is now claiming that its soon-to-be-released New Outlander SUV will be the first mainstream car from a major manufacturer envisaged from the outset with built-in provisions for either combustion or plug-in hybrid power trains. Read More
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