This is the Mitsubishi Electric Car Price That Has Been Gifted to Indonesian Government

By : Ridwan And Aldi Firhand. A | Monday, February 26 2018 - 20:40 IWST

Mitsubishi Electric Car (Photo: Ridwan / INDUSTRY.co.id)
Mitsubishi Electric Car (Photo: Ridwan / INDUSTRY.co.id)

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta, Ministry of Industry (Kemenperin) has received 10 electric cars from Mitsubishi Motor Corporation (MMC).

This is a follow up of the cooperation between Mitsubishi Motors and the Government of Indonesia in the agreement on Electric Vehicles in Indonesia.

The vehicles provided by Mitsubishi Motor to Ministry Of Industry consists of 2 types, namely, Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV and Mitsubishi i-MiEV.

Director General of Metal, Machinery, Transportation and Electronic Equipment (ILMATE) Ministry Of Industry Harjanto said the vehicles will be included in a series of joint studies to see the performance of electric cars in Indonesian traffic.

"This is also a socialization of electric vehicles in Indonesia," said Harjanto after the event "Handover of Mitsubishi Electric Cars" at Ministry Of Industry Office, Jakarta, Monday (26/2/2018).

According to Harjanto, cooperation with Mitsubishi covers three things, namely joint study in the field of technology and development of electric vehicles, the use of electric vehicle socialization and the use of electric vehicles for the public interest.

Related to the price of electric cars donated by Mitsubishi, Harjanto said, the price of electric cars Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV approximately USD 700 million in Japan. Until in Indonesia the price could reach Rp 1 billion due to import duty and Sales Tax on Luxury Goods (PPnBM).

"If from Japan around Rp700 million, if added with PPnBM and all kinds can reach Rp 1 billion," he explained.

As for the Mitsubishi i-MiEV the price is cheaper. The shape of this car itself is smaller than Outlander PHEV.

"For the type of i-MiEV is much cheaper around Rp300 million in Japan, because he uses batteries," said Harjanto.

Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV has a maximum speed of 200 km / h and can cover a distance of 800 km with a combination of gasoline and electric power, while if only using electric power (full EV) can travel 55 km.

Meanwhile, Mitsubishi i-MiEV has a maximum speed of 120 km / h and 120 km distance with full chargelectric condition.

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