2011 Mitsubishi Lancer EVO X review and pictures

Posted on Saturday, 16 October 2010 , 09:10:35 byVeronica

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Mitsubishi Lancer EVO X

The Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution represents one of the most high-class performance sports sedans, as it features a rally racing-inspired design, a potent turbocharged power and electronic driver aids.
The 2011 U.S. market is offering the customers two versions of the Evolution Lancer, staring with a GSR model that features a 5-speed manual transmission and followed by an MR edition that includes Mitsubishi's remarkable 6-speed Twin Clutch Sportronic-Shift Transmission (TC-SST).
An informative real-time traffic (RTT) function features the navigation system, while the Fuse Hands-Free Link System gives the drivers the possibility to access Bluetooth, iPod or USB simply with the sound of their voice.
This 10th generation car carries along the tradition of featuring distinctive and aggressive body lines with the tall and wide openings of the car`s front fascia and a tall trunk lid-mounted rear spoiler, which is available for the GSR model.
Concerning the engine, it is a 2.0-liter one with 291 hp with a full 300 lb.-ft. of torque, offering an exceptional handling, which is taken to a more astonishing level with the super performance from All-Wheel Control, which is made of advanced dynamic systems that constantly communicate with each other in order to provide an optimized tractability.
Furthermore, the foundation of every Lancer Evolution consists of strong, but light components and an independent suspension system, which is beautifully tuned.
All these features and performances make the current Evolution a delightful and safe vehicle, which provides no more than seven airbags.
It is important to mention that every Evolution appears endowed with a unibody platform taken from Mitsubishi`s next-generation Reinforced Impact, which helps to dissipate energy away from the vehicle`s occupants to improve the protection in the case of an injury and the event of a possible collision.