Approximately 4,000 electric vehicles will be made by the end of March, 2012. But this is not a one-way deal. Suzuki will supply Mitsubishi Motors with a version of their foreign subcompact, similar to the Suzuki Swift available at Ferguson Superstore in Broken Arrow, OK.According to sources: "Mitsubishi Motors has been actively expanding its OEM arrangements in the domestic market to cut costs and expand its product offerings."1
In the end, both auto makers hope to profit off of a variety of shared hybrid and electric drivetrains, coming to dealership lots over the course of the next few years.