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Report: Next Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution may be alternatively powered

Subaru recently showcased its latest WRX sedan to the world at Los Angeles last week with word of an STi version following very soon. That said, driving enthusiasts are left wondering what Mitsubishi’s next move is with their archrival, the Lancer Evolution. Originally, Mitsubishi was rumored to have been putting the Evolution to rest for […]

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Report: Mitsubishi to discontinue EVO X from the UK market

According to a report by AutoCar, the Mitsubishi EVO X will be cut from the UK market once the last 10 remaining units have been sold. Mitsubishi UK has now ceased imports of the sport version of the Lancer. Reports suggest that the company tried looking for ways to keep the car on sale but […]

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Report: Next Mitsubishi Lancer Evo to get diesel hybrid powertrain

Mitsubishi president Osamu Masuko confirmed that the brand has plans for a hybrid Evo that will use a diesel-electric powertrain. Masuko says “We will start work on the project next year, and it will be ready within three. I have set a goal of developing a sporting car featuring electric power.” It is anticipated that […]

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Mitsubishi EVO successor could become a high-performing plug-in hybrid

So recently, Mitsubishi announced that they will be killing the Evo lineup and that the current Lancer Evolution will be the last of the famously fast, compact AWD sport sedans so that the company can focus on becoming an industry leader for electric cars. Welp, Mitsubishi has successfully made themselves completely irrelevant, so it’s almost […]

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Rumor: Next-generation Mitsubishi Lancer Evo to go diesel hybrid

Before you go ahead and dive into this story, we’d just like to say that you can’t believe everything you read on the internet. A lot of the times, what we call ‘sources’ and ‘insiders’ are actually real people that provide a nice sneek peak as to what’s going on inside the company – other […]

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Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution production goes on break for 2009

Following GM’s decision to not offer a 2009 Saturn Astra, Mitsubishi spokeswomen Christine Jew said the high-performance Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution sedan will take a break for 2009. Jew said that there were no changes planned for a 2009 Evolution Lancer and that there is enough inventory to last until the 2010 model is released until […]

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South Yorkshire Police buys new Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X cars to fight crime

The South Yorkshire Police has added a new police specification Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X to its Road Crime Unit. Inspector of the South Yorkshire Police applauded the new Evolutions strong visual appearance, performance and safety credentials. While it’s no Lamborghini LP560-4 used by the Italian police, the Evolution X Police car will still help law enforcement catch […]

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New Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X FQ400: 405-hp and 0 to 60 in 3.5 secs

The new Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X holds a very special place in our hearts and when we heard almost 2 months ago that Mitsubishi is working on a FQ400 405-hp limited edition inspired by the 400-hp Mitsubishi Racing Lancer Evo X, you can be sure that we were very excited. Well, the new 2008/2009 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution […]

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Mitsubishi green lights 400-hp Lancer Evolution X

Just when you thought the new Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X couldn’t get any better, Mitsubishi has approved plans to build a new range-topping model called the FQ400. Joining the FQ300 and the FQ360, the FQ400 will go on sale next year. Inspiration came from the recent 400-hp Mitsubishi Racing Lancer Evo X that took part […]

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Mitsubishi working on 400-hp Racing Lancer Evo X

Mitsubishi confirmed today that it is developing a race-going version of the new Lancer Evo X which will take place in the popular Britcar Championship. Mitsubishi is teaming up with SVA-UK with the car being driven by the company’s managing director and former BTCC, James Kaye. ADR Motorsport will be building the car with the […]

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