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Time Crunch - HKS Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VIII
Time Crunch - HKS Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VIII...It's back. Little introduction is needed for this legendary car, as it is without a doubt the fastest circuit racer in Japan. Previously known as the HKS TRB 02, or Tsukuba Record Breaker, this full-carbon bodied Lancer Evolution 8 is back with a vengeance. In February of 2004 this machine, then...


New Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution powers up for launch
New Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution powers up for launch...A new and more powerful version of the iconic Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX supercar has made its debut at the British Motor Show. The new FQ-360 joins a three car Lancer Evolution line-up, consisting of the FQ-300, the FQ-320, and the FQ-340. Mitsubishi’s engineers sought to improve the...



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Lancer Evolution HistoryThe Lancer Evolution (colloquially known as the "Evo") is Mitsubishi's flagship sports car, initially based on the Mitsubishi Lancer sedan. Evolution models prior to version V were the officially approved (homologation) model for Mitsubishi's efforts in the World Rally Championship's Group A class and SCCA Pro Rally Championship. In order to follow these rules, the Evolution is based on the same platform as the Lancer compact car, but is much more powerful and the only part in common between the Evo and the Lancer is the basic frame. Eight street versions of the Evolution have been produced from 1993 up to today. Evo VI, VII and VIII did not need to meet WRC homologation requirements.








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