2008 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X


After he was already introduced in 2007 and first sold in Japan for some time, is the new Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X in June 2008 in the salesrooms of the German Mitsubishi dealer. The tenth edition of many of his fans just called Evo notchback sedan does it - even at design-oriented as well as driving dynamics and sophisticated technology - compared with his predecessors. When driving the new Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X, a further optimized version of the Mitsubishi turbo four-cylinder with variable valve timing and optional double-clutch transmission available to use SST. The new Lancer rally engine now develops an output of 294 hp, so the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X accelerates in 5.4 seconds to 100 km and reaches a top speed of 242 km / h. In order to master this performance potential at all times, Mitsubishi builds on proven on numerous rally successes innovative all-wheel system S-AWC (Super All Wheel Control) also in the street version of the Lancer Turbo.

Externally, the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X is on its aggressive Jetfighter appearance with aluminum louvered rear spoiler and many recognize. Anything but a purist, however, the interior: feature addition to the aforementioned features points all versions of the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X has nine airbags, climate control, Recaro sports seats, Bi-Xenon headlights with automatic headlight range adjustment, cornering light and one in the front bumper integrated headlight cleaning system . In the top furnishings MR additionally include a high-performance package (Bilstein monotube gas pressure shock absorbers, Eibach springs, BBS wheels, Brembo disc brakes two piece front), a leather-Alcantara upholstery (Recaro sports front seats with seat heating), a hard disk based navigation system with 7-inch LCD monitor, a 650-watt premium audio system, a music database, a Bluetooth interface with hands-free (controls integrated in steering wheel), a cruise control and the "keyless" operating system " Smart Key " on board.


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