The Mitsubishi Concept-RA was revealed at the recent 2008 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, MI. Developed as a technological showcase for Mitsubishi Motors, the Concept-RA displays athletic sport coupe proportions wrapped in dynamic flowing lines that provide a powerful and compelling showpiece for the car’s advanced, high technology features. Broad, muscular wheel arches house 21-inch wheels and lend graphic expression to the high degree of road control… Continue reading
Mitsubishi showed the potential of the Lancer vehicle line at the 2008 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit, MI with the 2009 Lancer Ralliart and we were there to get its debut on video. Do you think the Ralliart can give the Evo a run for its money?
Mitsubishi showed the potential of the Lancer vehicle line at the 2008 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit, MI. The new Lancer Ralliart reinforces the sporty identity of the Lancer lineup (Lancer, Lancer Ralliart and Lancer Evolution) with aggressive styling and driving performance that creates a unique product between the Lancer GTS 2.4 and the Lancer Evolution models. The Lancer Ralliart makes effective use of the Lancer’s rigid… Continue reading
Developed as a technological showcase for Mitsubishi Motors, the Concept-RA displays athletic sport coupe proportions wrapped in dynamic flowing lines that provide a powerful and compelling showpiece for the car’s advanced, high technology features. Broad, muscular wheel arches house 21-inch wheels and lend graphic expression to the high degree of road control and tenacious grip afforded by the next generation S-AWC system. Meanwhile, an exposed engine cover highlights the… Continue reading
The 10th generation, 2008 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution debuted at the 2007 Los Angeles International Auto Show with an all-new aluminum 291 horsepower 2.0-liter turbocharged intercooled engine (300 lb-ft of torque) and a lean, muscular look. The shark-inspired front end and low center of gravity gives the Evo a fierce, aggressive look, fitting of its performance capabilities. The Lancer Evo will come with 18″ BBS forged alloy wheels, Brembo brakes, Recaro… Continue reading
The arrival of the 2008 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution at the 2007 LA Auto Show was greatly anticipated. Based on the Concept X that debuted in 2005 at the 39th Tokyo Motor show, the Lancer Evo (generation 10) represents the pinnacle of Mitsubishi’s rally-inspired technology and engineering.
The 2008 Lancer Evolution showcases new performance and technologies like the all-new 291 horsepower 2.0-litre turbocharged/intercooled engine and Super-All… Continue reading
By combining a high-powered, fuel-efficient, 2.2-liter clean diesel engine and Twin Clutch SST, and using significant quantities of Green Plastic in the interior, a high level of running and environmental performance is achieved.
In addition to advanced active safety technology, Concept-ZT achieves a high level of passive safety. Features include pre-crash safety; a lane-drift warning… Continue reading
The new 2008 Mitsubishi Lancer will be available to the public in March. The new Lancer offers advanced safety and cutting-edge technology in an aggressively styled machine.
Watch video of the new 2008 Mitsubishi Lancer
The new Mitsubishi Prototype-X is the latest version of the Lancer Evolution. The Prototype-X takes a huge leap with its handling dynamics and technology while maintaining the turbo engine performance. The new Mitsubishi Prototype-X is sure to uphold the Lancer Evolution’s reputation which has made this series of cars a street legend around the world.
Video of the powerful new Mitsubishi Prototype-X
The Lancer Evolution has long lived up to its namesake by greatly improving with each successive generation. (Lancer Evolution VIII was the first to be offered in the U.S. market.) As Prototype X demonstrates, the Lancer Evolution will soon make perhaps the largest leap in overall capability seen between two generations of this model. The next Evolution will offer major gains in handling dynamics and technology while maintaining the kind… Continue reading
Beleaguered Japanese automaker Mitsubishi sure isnít acting like a company in trouble. In fact, to the delight of auto enthusiasts everywhere, the ìDriven to Thrillî brand seems to be pouring an awful lot of resources into rebuilding their high-performance reputation. Fruits of that labor have included a passel of Lancer Evolution varieties, and a wholly improved Eclipse… Continue reading
Struggling Japanese brand Mitsubishi shrugged off all profitability concerns for a very upbeat press conference at the 2006 New York International Auto Show. The big news was the debut of the all-new Outlander SUV. It looks like nothing so much as a Grand Vitara from the front end, but Mitsubishi stylists really went wild with the rear, where clear-les LED tail-lights set off a clean, angular design theme. Billed as… Continue reading