Consider plug-in vehicles the yin to Mitsubishi's SUV yang. The Japanese automaker this week put out its business plan for the three fiscal years ended 2016, and the two major components were SUVs and plug-in vehicles. Specifically, the company aims to have 20 percent of its new vehicles be either all-electric or plug-in hybrids by 2020 as a way to meet steadily increasing emissions-limits regulations in regions such as Europe and the US. Of course, those plug-ins are all the more important for
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