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Old 03-02-2005, 12:32 AM
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eh.. same thing as the 8.. just tuned alittle differently with different trims.. whats the big deal?

actually nevermind, its the same as the 7 in Japan. no more ugly huge Mitsubishi sign on that triangular noise grill. its just the mitsu stuck onto the mesh. so its an evo7 us version? and called it a 9.
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at least it looks better
Looks the same to me...
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Bumper looks different I think.... maybe the headlights too
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more pics:




front bumper is different, now we get a mivec head, rear bumper is different as well. it should be pushing 300hp now, i hope..












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wow, looks a lot more chizzled, i like....
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Last time I checked in a HK magazine, both EVO and STi are going to reach the 320hp mark.
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awesome pic


Well, it has compact looks yet when performance comes to mind it excels
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they are sweet cars I got to drive a buddy's of mine in autocross. he has the MR edition. they are quick but it only has 25-30 k on it(he bought it new) and the clutch is about gone. only thing he did to it was put a intake and exhaust on it. Mitsu isn't wanting to giving him service on the clutch. so even if i was really loaded I wouldn't get a Evo. I'd go with the Sti over the Evo
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Looks the same to me...

no bucktooth grille
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The pics above are the FQ400 Evo. We dont and wont get that version here.


Here's the thread for the FQ400
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I want one.
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not bad actually... just not a fan of the teeth-like roof spoiler though
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Evolution IX: SCC First Drive

The online article and some images can be found here: http://sportcompactcarweb.com/roadtests/0505_scc_evo/


The current generation of Mitsubishi’s Lancer Evolution is a highly refined package. Its 4G63 engine has been around for 17 years in the U.S. market and has seen use in every EVO. The chassis, in its current form, has been around since the EVO VII model in 2002. The point here is that stamping the number nine on the back of the next EVO produces serious expectations in the minds of the EVO loyal. So the new car better come with improved performance.

Thankfully, it does.

The most significant change is added power. Mitsubishi increased output to 286 hp and 289 lb-ft of torque. That’s an increase of 10 hp and 3 lb-ft, respectively. The newfound power is courtesy of Mitsubishi’s MIVEC variable valve timing and an updated turbocharger.

The only practical technology Mitsubishi has left to apply to the 4G63 finally sees the light of day in the EVO IX. MIVEC (Mitsubishi Innovative Valve timing and lift Electronic Control), ironically, controls only valve timing (not lift) in the version used on the EVO IX. Valve timing is altered using a variable-area cam sprocket actuated by an oil control valve.

The other significant change is to the turbocharger. Mitsubishi retains the twin-scroll design used on previous EVOs but has increased the compressor cover diffuser diameter to further improve boost response. Mitsu claims this change nets a five-percent improvement in boost response over the entire rev range. For those of you who speak Mitsubishi, the new turbo is a TD05HR-16G6C-10.5T. The EVO IX’s ECU allows it to pump 20.1 psi of boost at 3500 rpm and 16 psi at redline.

With the exception of a higher first and lower third, fourth and fifth gears in the five-speed transmission (used in the EVO and EVO RS), all three models will retain identical drivetrains to their respective ’05 EVO VIII versions. The MR will also keep the same six-speed gearbox it had in the EVO VIII. Every EVO will also retain the active center differential, front helical limited slip and rear 1.5-way clutch-type limited-slip differential.

Updated EVO-specific Enkei wheels replace the current base EVO’s forged Enkeis. The new split five-spoke design is slightly lighter for a total weight savings of 1.3 pounds. EVO MR will keep the same sexy forged BBS wheels in EVO IX trim. Suspension calibrations between EVO VIII and EVO IX remain unchanged. The EVO MR retains its superb Bilstein dampers.

Aesthetic changes include a new nose with nostril intakes on either side of the main grille opening. These nostrils alone aren’t all that functional, but the front air dam extension on the underside of the nose is. This small piece of rubber, which stretches the width of the car, expands the low-pressure area underneath. There’s also a Gurney flap on the back of the rear wing that increases downforce by accelerating flow velocity under the wing. Bounce that tidbit off the next import hater who hassles you about the size of your wing and you’re sure to get your ass kicked. Mitsubishi might save you the trouble since the product planners haven’t decided if these pieces will be standard on every EVO IX or sold only as accessories through dealers.

Interior changes are minor: new aluminum pedals, black spokes on the MOMO steering wheel, carbon-look instrument panel surrounds and the same bitchin’ Recaro buckets, now covered in Alcantara with leather bolsters.


DRIVING IT:
Punishing the EVO IX on the Ultimate EVO Proving Grounds

In case these photos aren’t proof enough, number nine is an Evolution in every sense of the word. To prove this, Mitsubishi allowed us the opportunity to sample version IX at its Okazaki proving grounds-the same track that has been used to tune every EVO since number two. Okazaki is, to put it mildly, EVO heaven.

In utilitarian Japanese style, the handling course is small and tight. But it’s covered with features that clearly contribute to the EVO’s dynamic character. Midcorner bumps, racetrack-style curbs and jumps (Yes, jumps. Two of them.) create a fantastic combination of obstacles. Luckily, all this only serves to enhance the EVO experience. The suspension calibration is identical between last year’s and this year’s cars so it follows that their behavior is the same mix of near-perfect handling and superb ride which we love about the EVO. Since even the tires are the same, any attempt to discern a difference in handling alone is pointless.

However, even our not-so-highly calibrated asses noticed the power increase. In fact, combine the added power with the lower gearing in the five-speed and the improvement isn’t so subtle. The standard car pulls harder out of third-gear corners than it did before. But both cars are assassins on a tight course like this.

The subtle off-throttle rotation is still there and the active center diff makes the new cornering attitude stick the same as in the ’05 cars-right up to the limit of the front tires. Even the best chassis in the world will kill its front tires if you hamfist the controls. We’ll take our EVO IX with an aftermarket rear anti-roll bar and some even stickier tires, thank you very much.

We doubt the power increase will be realized in any significant acceleration performance gains. In fact, we’ll predict another 13.3-second quarter mile at just more than 100 mph. There are too many variables at work in the launch for a 10-hp gain to produce a substantial reduction in e.t. And the 5500-rpm launch rev limiter remains in effect on the EVO IX.

Mitsubishi tells us the new aero parts allow the EVO zero-lift but refuses to say at what speed this happens. Even so, at 130 mph around Okazaki’s 1.5-mile banked oval, the car felt the same to us, which is good. Its high-speed stability has always been confidence inspiring and we have even more reason to trust it now. Bottom line, the EVO IX is better. The improvements aren’t huge, but neither is the price increase-Mitsu estimates a $500 premium over the ’05 cars across the board. So our favorite sport compact car two years running looks like it’s got a good chance of keeping that title another year.


SPEC BOX
2006 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX
Estimated Price: $31,099 (EVO); $28,999 (EVO RS) $35,999 (EVO MR)
Engine
Engine Code: 4G63
Type: Inline four, iron block, aluminum head, turbocharged and intercooled
Valvetrain: DOHC, four valves per cylinder
Displacement: 1997cc
Bore x Stroke: 85.0mm x 88.0mm
Compression Ratio: 8.8:1
Claimed Crank Hp: 286 hp @ 6500 rpm
Claimed Crank Torque: 289 hp @ 3500 rpm
Redline: 7000 rpm
Drivetrain
Layout: Transverse front engine, all-wheel drive
Transmission: Five-speed manual
Gear Ratios
EVO & EVO RS EVO MR
1st: 2.785:1 1st: 2.909:1
2nd: 1.950:1 2nd: 1.944:1
3rd: 1.444:1 3rd: 1.434:1
4th: 1.096:1 4th: 1.100:1
5th: 0.761:1 5th: 0.868:1
Final drive: 4.529:1 6th: 0.693:1
Differentials: Helical limited slip (F), active electrohydraulically controlled clutch type (C), clutch-type limited slip (R)
Exterior Dimensions
Curb Weight: 3,263 lbs (EV0) 3,219 lbs (EVO RS) 3,285 lbs (EVO MR)
Weight Distribution F/R: 60/40
Overall Length: 178.5 in.
Wheelbase: 103.3 in.
Overall Width: 69.7 in.
Track F/R: 59.6 in./59.6 in.
Height: 57.1 in.
Suspension
Front: MacPherson strut, anti-roll bar
Rear: Upper and lower control arms, one trailinglink, anti-roll bar
Brakes
Front: 12.65-in. vented discs, four-piston Brembo calipers
Rear: 12.0-in. vented discs, two-piston Brembo calipers, Electronic Driving Aids/Inhibitors: ACD, ABS
Wheels and Tires
Wheels: 17x8-in. Enkei (EVO and EVO RS),17x8-in. BBS (MR)
Tires: 235/45ZR-17 Yokohama Advan AO46

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Old 03-24-2005, 02:09 PM
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I am liking the front end on this one more than the current ones! Looks like Mitsubishi is going away of the odd grill designs,
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Old 07-13-2005, 10:58 AM
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Spy Shots: ’07 Mitsu Lancer/EVO X - - by KGP Photography - - Source: The Car Connection

TCC's spies have caught Mitsubishi engineers testing a mule for the next-generation Lancer - the car that will spawn the eagerly anticipated EVO X. The bulging front fenders on this prototype give away the fact that this seemingly ordinary Lancer has been heavily reworked to squeeze a new platform beneath its skin.


This mule uses a combination of body panels from the Lancer line. The front fascia is largely from the standard Lancer, with wheel-well flares added to accommodate a wider front track. The prototype uses the rear end, rear fenders, and rear doors of the Lancer Evolution, whose increased width makes the additional flare at the rear unnecessary.


This indicates that even the most humble Lancer models will probably get more EVO traits mixed into the final product, which should improve the lineup from top to bottom. This prototype has much of the new car's interior so that climate-control performance can be accurately gauged in the 120-degree desert sun.

The prototype's ride height has been severely altered by heavy loads, making for a truly punishing test to pave the way for a full-fledged, final-bodied prototype sometime in the near future.



The next EVO, with more than 300 hp, is expected to be shown at this fall's Tokyo Motor Show. A U.S. launch is on its docket for 2006.


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Thats a whole lot of ugly right there.
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Old 07-13-2005, 12:39 PM
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Thats a whole lot of ugly right there.
Only problem is that it's a whole lot of old car
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Old 07-13-2005, 12:58 PM
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Thats a whole lot of ugly right there.
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Old 07-13-2005, 01:46 PM
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Looks like a step backwards. I hope the Evo X looks a lot better than that.
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Old 07-13-2005, 01:49 PM
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Looks like a step backwards. I hope the Evo X looks a lot better than that.

The article does state its riding on the current gen Lancer body. Notice the wheels bulges. The next gen chassis is underneath.

Although I'm wondering why the hell the back end is riding so low.
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Old 07-13-2005, 04:43 PM
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I hope the body is a little more attractive than the current gen
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Mitsubishi Evo IX Estate

Could this be the ultimate in practicality and performance? Spotted on test in Japan, it's Mitsubishi's soon-to-be-launched Evolution IX Estate - and Auto Express's spy photographers got the first-ever pictures.

Making a surprise debut on a wet Tsukuba race track near Tokyo, ahead of its unveiling next month, the newcomer completed three fast laps before disappearing from view. Sources said the car was undergoing its final phases of testing and running back-to-back with the saloon to establish a series of quick lap times for comparison.

At the end of the day, Mitsubishi's research and development test team declared the results were far closer than expected. Originally, they'd anticipated the estate's extra 100kg bulk would add at least two seconds' time difference around the two-kilometre track. But the gap was less than one second. According to a spokesman, the carrier's rear end actually improved its weight distribution, which gave better traction than the saloon.

Just 2,500 Evo IX Estates are to be made, and the car will only be available here as a grey import priced from around £20,000. It shares the same chassis, six-speed manual gearbox and 2.0-litre turbocharged engine as the saloon. Expect a 0-60mph sprint time of around five-and-a-half seconds.
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I don't like it at all. This car should never be a station wagon
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Really? I think its bad ass.........love fast evil wagons.

















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I think fast wagons such as an E55 Estate or S70R are cool, but a rally-car turned station wagon just seems wrong to me
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wow for a company thats on the verge of not being anymore, they sure are pulling out a lot of shit, ie eclipse, this crap...
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I actually like it.
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Originally Posted by cusdaddy
I think fast wagons such as an E55 Estate or S70R are cool, but a rally-car turned station wagon just seems wrong to me

Why? Lot of Rally cars are hatch backs........the Evo wagon performs almost as well as the sedan. Still the same raw car, just in wagon form. Shit, there is a WRX wagon.

Crazy awd turbo wagon.....what's not to like?

Regardless, they aren't building that many and will sell everyone they can paint.
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the WRX wagons worked for me but the Evo is just weird looking.
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Looks like a cadillac SRX from the back, and a volvo wagon from the side.
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OMG that is so sexy... That is so cool, but i need to have kids before that
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Considering my next car will be a wagon...and I still want sporty, fast, and manual tranny. I wouls sure as shit consider this car. Damn shame they are limiting production and the states will never see it.
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ummm not a great ext design....
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Mighty Evo X revealed - - Chris Thorp/Picture: MA Design - - Source: Autoexpress

It's a perfect 10 for Mitsubishi. Auto Express can exclusively reveal the Evo X ahead of its debut at October's Tokyo Motor Show. And to prepare the world for the rally bred saloon, Mitsubishi will unveil a concept version of the standard Lancer at next month's Frankfurt expo.

Designers have exposed their plans and released an official picture of the new four-door (second image). But with the ninth incarnation of the Evolution only recently launched, it's a surprise details of its successor are being revealed now.
With sleek, aggressive styling, the next-generation Lancer promises to be a genuinely attractive saloon. But the four-door will only be sold here in hot Evo X form. Cheaper variants are likely in five-door and estate guises, with all versions going on sale in the UK in mid-2007.

The thrilling newcomer promises to represent a big step forward in design and engineering quality. With the benefit of a new platform, the Evo X will deliver a more extreme driving experience than its predecessors, and sharper performance. The firm is already working on an advanced all-wheel-drive transmission which it hopes will better anything future Subaru Imprezas can offer.

Under the bonnet is a fresh 2.0-litre four-cylinder engine, which will be turbocharged to give a minimum of 320bhp. Flagship machines are expected to boast more than 400bhp, surpassing even the hardest-tuned editions of the Evo IX.



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Wow. Both those pics look hot as hell.
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It looks very mean
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wow.. very aggressive!
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Think the best part is this design will run the whole lancer line all the way down to competing with the civic. If they can get a nice lower end engine going for that model if will make a sweet under 20k car too.
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