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Japan delivers 49 Mitsubishi hybrid and electric vehicles to Costa Rica

Japanese car manufacturer Mitsubishi Motors Corp. said March 21 that the Japanese government delivered 49 Mitsubishi plug-in hybrid and electric vehicles to the Costa Rican government as part of Costa Rica's efforts to lower its carbon emissions.

The delivery consists of 20 Outlander plug-in hybrid electric vehicle, or PHEV, units and 29 i-MiEV units. The vehicles will be used by 15 Costa Rica government agencies and universities.

According to the release, Japan commited to supply Costa Rica with a range of "next generation vehicles" as part of the two nations' overseas development agreement.