Mitsubishi Motors launched on Friday a new all-electric minivehicle it co-developed with Nissan, to lower production costs and make a more affordable addition to their EV line-ups.
The eK X EV mini BEV was premiered at an event with Nissan, when the latter unveiled its own-branded Sakura. Both cars have the same technical specifications, although some configurations and pricing can differ. They will both run on a 20-kilowatt-hour battery and promise a range of 18…
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