Mitsubishi Lance Evolution X
The New Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X

Hot on the release of the official pictures of the new Subaru Impreza WRX STI , we can now report that the Mitsubishi Motors Corporation has announced today that it will launch the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X high-performance 4WD saloon, newest of the company's legendary vehicles, on 1st October 2007 at dealerships throughout Japan. Featuring a new platform, engine, and exterior and interior designs, the totally redesigned 2.0-liter model will carry a tax-inclusive price tag ranging from 2,997,750 yen to 3,750,600 yen. Models fitted with the Twin Clutch SST transmission are due to be launched towards the end of November 2007.

The development goal for the new Lancer Evolution X was to make the car as fast as possible, while also making it as safe to drive as possible. To that end Lancer Evolution X is loaded with the very latest in automotive engineering technology, including the S-AWC (Super All Wheel Control) vehicle dynamics control system and the newly developed, power-efficient Twin Clutch SST (Sport Shift Transmission). Lancer Evolution X is a new-generation high-performance 4WD sedan that allows a new category of driver access to Mitsubishi's dynamic driving experience by underpinning speed with control, security and safety.

Currently we do not have details of the UK launch date or the UK spec models.
Published : 10/10/07 Author : Melanie Carter

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