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Crammed with high tech traction control, stability devices and a triple mode gearbox the Evo X is a rocket ship in a straight line and as if on rails when it comes to cornering.
Since 1993 when the Evo ll was launched based on Mitsubishi's world beating Lancer rally car, the Evo has been getting better and better.
The last generation Evo lX in 2005 left many wondering how the car could be improved - the Evo X is the answer and it's an enthusiast's dream machine.
With a completely new bodyshell, the Evo X is 60% stiffer than the previous version and looks utterly fantastic with a wide double grilled mouth, offset front number plate, spoilers and skirts.
What Mitsubishi is calling Super Active Yaw Control, combined with an active central differential, gives the Evo Vlll amazing characteristics.
Putting it through its paces on the track is absolutely thrilling, but the Evo can be as docile as a lamb around town.
Where the latest versions of the Evo have scored over their major rival, the Subaru Impreza, is in comfort and interior trimmings - and the new car comes with Recaro rally seats to provide maximum support - those and a Momo steering wheel are de rigeur for such beasts, but you will also find air conditioning and other creature comforts expected in a family car.
The Details The first four EVO models available include the entry-level Two-Tone, the TLE, CDP and the line-topping SP model built by Kimber's Custom Shop.
The EVO SP's modular grip is unique among handguns.
The Custom Shop EVO sports a bushingless barrel with a flared muzzle and deep crown cuts.
Away from the heady territory of the Evo, the Lancer itself is going to cut a dash and appeal to a much younger audience.
BOOT Mitsubishi Evo X's luggage space is compromised
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