The ninth generation Mitsubishi EVO AirRide Gesture display

The ninth generation Mitsubishi EVO AirRide Gesture display

The ninth generation Mitsubishi EVO AirRide Gesture display

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In the early 1990s, Mitsubishi Motor Company of Japan made a wise and brave decision to participate in WRC World Rally Championship and SCCA professional Rally Championship. It was based on its small four door front wheel drive family car, Lancer Evolution, to design a high-performance four-wheel drive sports car. This is the flagship work of Mitsubishi Motor, Lancer Evolution.

Over the past ten years, Evo has been upgraded several times, from the initial Evo I to the latest Evo X. in this hard growing process, Evo has met the expectations. It won the annual WRC Championship for four consecutive years from 1996 to 1999, and became the strongest running machine in WRC at that time. Lancer Evolution is famous all over the world. It is not only a winner in the WRC arena, but also in the hearts of many speed fans who pursue high-performance sports cars. It is also a super streetcar nearest to their dreams. Since its birth, Evo is a sports car full of race pedigree. Evo has performed well in car rally, field race and even night racing.

Evo was first sold only in Japan. The evo before the seventh generation was specially developed by Mitsubishi Motor for the world rally WRC. In order to comply with the rules of WRC, evolution uses the same integrated load-bearing body structure as other Lancer series. Due to the large demand of parallel market, Evo has been introduced into European market since 1998 through the sales network of RALLIART, Inc., a famous automobile refitting company. In 2003, Subaru Impreza WRX series models achieved success in the U.S. market, so Mitsubishi decided to export the eighth generation Evo to the United States. Subaru is a direct competitor of Mitsubishi in the market outside Japan.

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