Thursday, 9 July 2009

Plug In, Charge And Drive With New Mitsubishi


A new range of plug in, charge and drive Mitsubishi electric vehicles goes into production in Japan for domestic and overseas sale.

11 comments:

  1. They say it's a lot eco-friendlier than a traditional fuel injected car but I'm still not so sure if i'll have this kind of auto =) What if charge runs out and there's no place to charge up?

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  2. @Ayie
    Yeay! You are the FIRST! :-)

    I'd hesitate over getting one for the same reason as yours.

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  3. Can someone or anyone create cars that run on water or oxygen? That might be a great fuel saver as oxygen's free and readily available.

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  4. Lina, I am deleting my entrecard account. Been finding it a hassle.

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  5. @Mei Teng,
    Now that's a thought. :)

    Well, I'll still drop by your blog even without the EC widget on.

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  6. I'd love to own one. Anything to save my consumption!

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  7. @LIfe Ramblings,
    I would love too, but realistically I hope there'll be more place to charge up. (and if car price is not exorbitant)

    I think one way our Gov can do to promote eco cars is to lower the tax for such cars.

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  8. I think it is the greatest for everyday city driving.

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  9. LOL to Mei Teng's comment. I would love to have a car that runs on water! Then everytime, run out of water, just go back home to refill : )

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  10. Mei, somebody in the Philippines was able to invent a car running on water but his idea wasn't fully backed up by the gov't.

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