The tenth and final generation of the Lancer Evolution (Evo X) was launched in Japan in 2007, and overseas markets in 2008. The Evo X was produced for almost 10 years until it retired in April 2016.
Mitsubishi UK has announced that once the last 10 units left in stock are sold, the current Evo X will officially be discontinued because of the strength of the Japanese yen.
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.
The Evo X, which was the first to break into the 7s range back at the 2020 TX2K via a 7.93s run at 185 mph (298 km/h), sports a built engine with a GSC valvetrain that uses a Precision 7685 turbo
The Evo VI Extreme is the rarest Evo of them all, with only 29 being built, which also makes it one of the most collectible. It was built by Ralliart UK and launched in 1999.
Just over 185 mph. If you're curious how an Evo can generate that insane time and speed, we're here to tell you its through one massive turbocharger to create prodigious power.
Fact is the Evo's 122 horsepower per liter easily bests the STI's 102 horsepower per liter. But it's not that simple either, as another important ratio to examine is weight to power.
Beyond the pure speed and handling prowess, the Evo is also popular and desirable due to the “raw” nature of its performance.
As efficiency and versatility became increasingly important to consumers, Mitsubishi decided to focus their efforts on crossover vehicles
Despite the brand's planned return to motorsports and the resurrection of Mitsubishi's Ralliart Racing Division, the “Evo”
For most people, the coolest feature of the Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X is the top speed. This is because if you're in the market for a car like this, it needs to be fast.
The Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VII is major car 2 Fast 2 Furious driven by Paul Walker and was the stand in car that was not raced. This is the real deal car and is fully authenticated with all documentation.
Though EVO is all capitalized, it isn't an acronym. Instead, it picks up on a naming scheme from the Lamborghini Huracan racing series