The Lancer Evo IX MR pumps out 286 hp from its 2.0-liter turbocharged four and, thanks to its advanced AWD, offers uncanny handling .
One of the highlights is a twin-turbo Ferrari from Button Built.
It’s hard to believe that the Evo VIII is 15 years old, but jump behind the wheel and you’d be hard pressed to find a new car that gives you such an adrenaline rush.
Included among these hillclimb racers are a Ferrari 458 GT3, a Renault RS01, and a 700 hp Mitsubishi Evo.
A new Evo would certainly excite enthusiasts – but is it ever going to happen?.
Both the Mitsubishi Lancer EVO and the cammer managed to avoid the black sedan without a moment to spare.
Unless you have a dedicated race car, chances are you’ll have a hard time lapping a track faster than this Evo.
The next Evo will be an electrified SUV, but Dytko Sport imagined how a brand new Evo sedan could look.
Mitsu’s eager to show America that it hasn’t forgotten its rallying past as it moves in a new direction forward.
Between £20,000 and £25,000 doesn’t sound much for a Lancer Evolution VI with less than 35,000 miles on the clock.
The Evolution name might be used on a performance-oriented version of a future product.
We thought it was a pretty big deal for Mitsubishi, relatively speaking,…