Mitsubishi has introduced the 2014 i-MiEV which comes with a massive $6,130 price cut compared to its predecessor. The car has a sticker price of $22,995 but you will only have to pay $15,495 thanks to a $7,500 federal tax credit for electric vehicles offered by the U.S. government. The vehicle is programmed to go on sale next spring and will carry on just about the same design. There are a few changes, such as the daytime running lights, updated alloy wheels and front fog lights. Inside the cabin there are heated front seats, leather-covered steering wheel and a bunch of trim and color updates.
Mitsubishi mentions the 2014 i-MiEV now comes with a battery warming system as well as a CHAdeMO DC quick charge port. It also has a Level 1 charging cable which will fill up the battery pack in around 14 hours on 12 amp or 22 hours when using 8 amp.