As efficiency and versatility became increasingly important to consumers, Mitsubishi decided to focus their efforts on crossover vehicles or hybrid cars
Even though 2015 is its final year of production, the Evo is still one of the most thrilling sedans on the market
engine: evo has forced induction, regular lancer does not. evo has big boy twin scroll turbo, ralliart has smaller single scroll. evo has oil cooler, ralliart/lancer do not.
The very last one in North America was just sold at auction for a staggering $76,400, capping off nearly a decade of production.
The new world record 4g63 evo 6/7/8/9 7.884 @ 298.71kmh (185.54mph) The run made on 1400awhp (1700hp - 34psi) / 13400rpm @ 1784cc 4 cylinder 4g63.
Beyond the pure speed and handling prowess, the Evo is also popular and desirable due to the “raw” nature of its performance.
The Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution, commonly referred to as 'Evo', is a sports sedan and rally car based on the Lancer that was manufactured by Japanese manufacturer Mitsubishi Motors from 1992 until 2016.
The Lancer Ralliart, which gets its name from the Galant and Starion Ralliart-badged cars from Mitsubishi's past, has the same Evo X 2.0-liter turbocharged engine
The Lancer Evolution X sedan features a 4B11T 2.0L (1998cc) turbocharged, all-aluminium inline-4 GEMA engine. Power and torque depend on the market but all versions have at least 280 PS
Evo IX by Californian dealer South Coast Mitsubishi for $138,000, or over $100,000 more than its original sticker price of $35,814.
The value of a used 2015 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution ranges from $18,213 to $33,145, based on vehicle condition, mileage, and options.
The best evolution has to be the Evo 8. It combines the redesign following the sixth generation with the power and comfort of the new age.
From a historical standpoint, the Mitsubishi Lancer is the fastest car ever built by Mitsubishi, and the fastest 10 models are all different versions of the Lancer.