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    Official: Mia U van gets a blue and white makeover

    Based on the color scheme, the latest special edition of the Mia U electric van is well-suited for duty in Israel or Greece. Made in France, the Mia U mini-bus is getting a Blue Star update that has a groovy two-tone blue-and-white color motif. The U will also feature goodies such as a roof rack, ...

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    Report: Odd little Mia Electric signs up for French car-sharing duty

    Go ahead and hop on. The three-seat minibus known as the Mia Electric is going to be used in a car-sharing program in France's Poitou-Charentes region on the country's west coast. According to Technologic Vehicles, Poitou-Charentes Auto-Partage, the new car-sharing service, chose to use the Mia ...

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    Video: Fully Charged drives electric Mia microbus, discusses benefits of solar energy

    Robert Llewellyn loves himself some plug-in cars, and he proves this on every episode of Fully Charged. In the latest video, Llewellyn discusses solar energy, including how his residential solar panel installation powers his Nissan Leaf 1,000 miles for less than nine bucks. Llewellyn finishes the ...

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    Autocar drives electric Mia microbus, calls it "sheer novelty"

    Pictured here is the three-seat electric microbus from French-German firm Mia Electric that was on display at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show and this year's Challenge Bibendum. With a central driving position, twin sliding doors, a rear-mounted electric motor and dent-resistant plastic panels, the ...

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    Bibendum 2011: Mia three-seater offers unusual VIP feel in a micro bus

    How much call is there for a three-seat minibus? Mia Electric is about to find out. The company will soon start to build the Mia Micro.Bus, a unique little car that feels like the secret lovechild of a VIP limousine and something from Volkswagen's discarded concept pile. In reality, former VW ...

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    Electric Microbus Mia Introduced at Geneva Motor Show *UPDATE

    Talk about an international collaboration. Currently on display at the Geneva Motor Show, the electric mircrobus Mia will be manufactured in China by a small French-German company called Mia Electric, powered by batteries built in Israel and developed by EVida (which has offices in the US, UK, ...


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