2015 mitsubishi lancer evolution x final edition




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  • The Lancer Evo X Final Edition is old news down to everything, save for I suppose Mitsubishi kept the five-speed in a model for passing.

    Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X Final Edition International Launch Review Fuji Speedway short course, Japan Born in as Mitsubishi's new.

    Interesting fact! The Mitsubishi Group was established in Japan in 1870. And since then she has never changed her logo. Three well-known rhombuses symbolize three diamonds, "three whales", on which the whole concept of the concern rests: honesty, responsibility and readiness for cooperation.

    Full test of the last Evo X, which marks the end for our not-so-beautiful friend. Read more at Car and Driver.

    2015 mitsubishi lancer evolution x final edition

    2015 mitsubishi lancer evolution x final edition

    Power door locks with FAST-key entry and ignition system. After driving the car all we could do was nod. It's swansong time for one of Japan's finest all-wheel drive turbo rockets as Mitsubishi sends its Lancer Evo off with a bang. Front brake air guides.

    2015 mitsubishi lancer evolution x final edition

    2015 mitsubishi lancer evolution x final edition

    2015 mitsubishi lancer evolution x final edition

    2015 mitsubishi lancer evolution x final edition

    2015 mitsubishi lancer evolution x final edition

    Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Final Edition Specifications

    It's swansong time for one of Japan's finest all-wheel drive turbo rockets as Mitsubishi sends its Lancer Evo off with a bang.

    But when the 10th-generation Lancer Evo X was unleashed in , rumours soon started circulating that this one may be the last. Now, four years down the track, Mitsubishi is finally launching the final Evo X — the real last one. The Evolution X Final Edition will be built in a limited run of just units, and of them will be available in Australia by the end of this year. What it does feature are leather Recaro seats with red stitching, inch BBS wheels, four-piston Brembo brakes, special Final Edition logos and numbered badging, and Bilstein and Eibach suspension bits.

    2015 mitsubishi lancer evolution x final edition

    More on those later. But the biggest reality check came in the performance department. Upgrading the Evo X to generate kW was never going to happen. It remains to be seen what outputs the Australia version will bring.

    This Evo, which basically employs pre technology, is still one of the fastest cornering cars on the planet. When Mitsubishi built this car, it broke the mold. It had come as close to turbocharged 4WD enlightenment as the product planners and budgets had allowed.

    2015 mitsubishi lancer evolution x final edition

    So to go out on a high note, its engineers decided simply to take the Evo X and give it more top-end performance and upgrade the suspension for a more compliant ride.

    Engineers say they aimed to improve mid- to top-end engine response, so they retuned the engine management system to generate up to 10 per cent more power above rpm. But they also achieved this by employing Natrium-injected valves to aid engine cooling. According to one engineer, the natrium liquefies at around 97 degrees C, thus helping to dissipate heat from the engine and improve performance.

    After driving the car all we could do was nod. The natrium seemed to work. Flooring it in second gear from rpm, you feel a wave of torque come online at around rpm and then another extra stronger burst explode from rpm and continue all the way up to the rpm redline.

    2015 mitsubishi lancer evolution x final edition

    The Evo X will still understeer at the limits of adhesion but minor adjustments to throttle input will see the Super AYC cut in to bring the rear around in a breath. The Super AWC works hard to keep the car neutral in corners, but switch off the traction control and sideways shenanigans are there for the taking — until the AWD system quickly overcomes the slide and gets you back on the straight and narrow. Everyone at our test drive got out of the Evo X with a stupid grin on their faces.

    The Evo X was always a blast to drive. The subtle but effective updates see the Final Edition take it to the next level, thanks to more top-end grunt, more chassis compliance and better interior quality. The market does not want high-powered AWD turbos anymore that struggle to clear stringent CO2 and mileage requirements. News Reviews Videos Galleries Advice. NA What we liked: Mitsubishi says goodbye to Lancer Evo with new film.

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