Electric Vehicles: Everything is Changing Europe 2019
IDTechEx is the only analyst company in the world following the electrification of 65+ vehicle segments. Looking beyond the battery-electric car movement, it is our position that an equally inevitable transition is taking place, not only with alternative vehicles, but also with alternative forms of powertrain.
Alliance Ventures invests in Enevate
Alliance Ventures, the strategic venture capital arm of Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi, has announced that it has invested in the latest round of funding in Enevate Corporation, an advanced lithium-ion battery technology company based in Irvine, California.
Hitachi, Mitsubishi Motors and ENGIE explore electric car batteries
Hitachi Europe Ltd., Mitsubishi Motors and ENGIE have demonstrated a pioneering project to explore the potential for electric vehicles to act as a means of energy storage for an office building.
Mitsubishi e-Evolution concept
A new-generation high-performance all-electric crossover SUV, and it allows a glimpse of Mitsubishi Motors future.
Renault, Nissan and Mitsubishi alliance in electric push, robo-taxis
Alliance 2022, a six-year plan, has set a new target to double annual synergies to €10 billion by the end of the plan.
Charging the future at Berlin Electric Vehicle Conference
At the conference, Electric Vehicles: Everything is Changing as part of the IDTechEx Show!, April 27-28, the future of vehicle charging will be revealed and put in context.
Joint Japan-France demonstration of energy storage system project
Mitsubishi Motors Corporation and Mitsubishi Corporation are pleased to announce the launch of a joint demonstration project for utilizing used lithium-ion batteries from electric-powered vehicles.
Electric Vehicle News from Hybrid & EV Forum Munich Day One 17 Sept.
The event Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Forum consisted a conference with about 70 delegates and a small display area for a few organisations. It was very pan European with delegates from the UK to the Czech Republic, Slovenia, Russia and Romania but also further afield such as Japan, South Korea and the USA - professors, industrialists and developers. Here we give some details of the presentations that particularly caught our attention.
Highlights from Hybrid & EV Forum Munich 2014
The event Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Forum consisted a conference with about 70 delegates and a small display area for a few organisations. Here we give some details of the presentations that particularly caught our attention.
Mitsubishi Motors' Outlander PHEV available soon
Mitsubishi Motors' new Outlander Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV) will make a dramatic entrance into Mitsubishi showrooms across the UK next month although customers can place orders from this week.
Electric vehicle batteries used in Mitsubishi's Super Giraffe robot
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries has developed a remote-controlled robot, dubbed the "MHI-Super Giraffe (MARS-C), capable of working at heights up to 8 metres and moving freely in areas inaccessible by humans like highly radioactive environments.
Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV exempt from London congestion charge
Mitsubishi Motors in the UK is pleased to announce the new Outlander PHEV will be exempt from the London Congestion Charge.
Mitsubishi and Renault Nissan expand partnership
The Renault-Nissan Alliance and Mitsubishi Motors will explore several new projects covering shared products, technologies and manufacturing capacity among the automakers.
Car manufacturers to develop charging infrastructure for EVs in Japan
Toyota Motor Corporation, Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., Honda Motor Co., Ltd., and Mitsubishi Motors Corporation will work together to promote the installation of chargers for electric-powered vehicles and build a charging network service that offers more convenience to drivers in Japan.
Overheating of i-MiEV lithium-ion battery pack caused by short-circuit
One of the 16kWh drive battery packs used in the i-MiEV (lithium-ion battery) overheated in the battery inspection room at the EV assembly factory at the Mizushima Plant. Mitsubishi Motors report their findings.
Lithium-ion batteries: Further GS Yuasa troubles
Toyo-keizai Online, Yomiuri-online and Livedoor Online News in Japan have recently reported in Japanese on further problems with the large lithium-ion batteries produced by GS Yuasa, the Japanese company involved in the grounding of the Boeing Dreamliner worldwide due to fires in its lithium-ion batteries but also supplying lithium-ion batteries to the International Space Station.