Mitsubishi models tiny EV on much larger cousins

Mitsubishi eK X EV 3

The new eK X EV aims to challenge the conventional Kei car aesthetic, drawing on elements of the Outlander SUV and Eclipse Cross CUV

It’s the season for revivals, with various automakers relaunching iconic and innovative models that, for one reason or another, were eventually phased out.

The DeLorean Alpha5 will succeed the DMC-12 of the 1980s; Renault is readying a new, more refined version of its Scenic people carrier; and in Japan, Mitsubishi has launched the de facto successor to its tiny electric city car, the i-MiEV.

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