Ever wondered how a Mitsubishi Lancer EVO X would look like as a coupe? Just because Mitsubishi hasn’t built a coupe version of their Lancer Evo X sports car it doesn’t mean it can’t be created and someone managed to convert it into a two door model.
This one of a kind Mitsubishi Lancer EVO X Coupe is not quite finished yet and the owner of this custom cars wants to sell it and will leave the finishing touches to the future buyer. The two door Evo X sports car will also come with a wide body kit, a new set of alloys, a new coil over suspension, an upgraded turbocharger and many other upgraded elements.
So if you ever want a car that’s unique, aggressive and also really fast this might be the right opportunity for you!
Mitsubishi revealed today the new Mitsubishi ASX Compact Crossover, a car that is going to debut at the Geneva Motor Show on March 2. This all new compact crossover was first unveiled in December in Japan as the Mitsubishi RVR and will go on sale from February 2010 in Japan and the ASX badge will be used for the European spec version of this car.
The new Mitsubishi ASX will be sequentially introduced in European countries from late spring 2010 following the same path as the redesigned Outlander mid-size crossover. The 5 seater will be powered by an all new Euro 5 compliant 1.8L turbocharged direct-injection diesel engine that comes with Automatic Stop&Go technology for optimal fuel efficiency.
This engine is going to be connected to a 6 speed manual transmission and more details about this new compact crossover will be revealed in two months at the Geneva Motor Show.
AMS Performance has unveiled a modified Mitsubishi EVO ix prepared for time attack that was named AMS Mitsubishi Evo IX Blue Demon. The car is powered by a 2.3RR engine made by AMS that features a 2.27L displacement that was upgraded and now it can produce 650 HP. AMS upgraded the car’s ECU, turbo, intercooler, cooling system and drive train to improve this car’s performances.
The AMS Mitsubishi Evo IX Blue Demon also received a couple of upgrades to improve handling like a new braking system from Brembo, a new suspension system Forgeline EV3 18 x 9.5 wheels and Hankook Ventus competition tires. At the exterior level the car also got better aerodynamics after it received a Voltex body kit made from a lot of carbon fiber elements. Also, the special time attack Evo IX comes with carbon fiber doors and mirror casings and Lexan windows.
Mitsubishi Motors announced today the introduction of an all-new on-road Compact Crossover which will be available on the market first in Japan from February 2010. The car is derived from the 2007 Concept-cX show car and should mark a new turn for the brand that will focus more on environment friendly passenger cars.
The new Compact Crossover model represents the company’s latest development of the mid-size global platform called “Project Global”. Even though the upcoming model is going to be a lot different Mitsubishi won’t leave the off-roader segment. The Mitsubishi Compact Crossover will be premiered in Europe only at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show.
Mitsubishi unveiled their latest version of its iMiEV Sport called the Sport Air at Geneva. This version is longer with 20 mm and taller than the previous version and the company says that it’s a more technical look for this car’s shape. The new concept is not too different but we could see sharper contours and solar power cells embedded in the lower portion of the windshield and a removable glass roof.
The new Mitsubishi iMiEV Sport Air has an aluminium space frame to carry its lithium ion batter and electric drive system which also limits the car’s weight. The car is equipped with a standard iMiEV engine that got a small power boost from 47Kw to 60Kw which helps acceleration a lot.