CNET has photos of the Mitsubishi iMiEV from the 2008 New York Auto Show. The 4-door car can get about 100 miles of travel when its lithium ion batteries are fully charged. This seems to be a more passenger oriented version than the car Mitsubishi unveiled last year, featured by Treehugger, which had a more sporty look and a solar roof. It makes a great deal of sense to put a solar roof on an electric car, knowing that it can charge for free while you’re at work all day. That might bring of reversal to our tendencies to look for a parking spot in the shade on a hot sunny day.