2007 Mitsubishi Lancer EVO X MR – Images, Specifications and Information

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Mitsubishi Motors is introducing the Lancer Evolution, the newest and sophisticated version of the legendary model series that 16 years ago. While true to the core values have made the Lancer synonymous with thrilling the next-generation model offers capability and user technology distinguish the world’s best models.

The strikingly styled Lancer Evolution showcases new and handling technology, including an 295-hp (est.) 2.0-liter engine and the Super-All Wheel (S-AWC) dynamic handling S-AWC offers an extraordinary of control at each wheel, well beyond the capabilities of all-wheel drive systems.

Two Evolution models will be in the U.S. market for 2008: the GSR a new 5-speed manual transmission and the Evolution MR with a new 6-speed Sportronic Shift Transmission a new-generation automated manual The MR model is also equipped with Bilstein shock and Eibach springs, two-piece rotors for better heat BBS forged-alloy wheels, HID headlamps and interior features. Significantly, the Lancer Evolution will less differentiation from to market than the previous

The 2008 Lancer Evolution makes a maximum performance blending concept car themes and aerodynamic principles while the brand’s rally heritage. A front end inspired by jet fighter air a distinct wedge-like profile and taut lines highlight the new-generation Lancer design. on those themes, the 2008 Evolution looks the part of the sports machine with its a front end, aggressively hood with integral air and engine heat outlets, fenders, and 18-inch alloy with Brembo brakes.

Inside, the Lancer Evolution a class up approach and shows a new flair. Available user including high-end Rockford audio and navigation systems, the tastes of a broadening customer

The 2008 Lancer Evolution’s engine is an intercooled-Turbocharged 2.0-liter inline 4-cylinder. Beyond description, it differs greatly the legendary 4G63 it replaces. The is built with a reinforced cylinder block versus the block used in the 4G63, and is also used for the cylinder and cover and the timing chain

Unlike the 4G63, the 4B11 not use a balancer shaft, made by the new engine’s inherently lower and vibration and use of hydraulic engine

The new 4B11 T/C produces more than its predecessor: 295 hp (est.) at rpm (vs. 286 hp at 6,500 rpm) and 300 of peak torque at 4,400 rpm 289 lb.-ft. at 3,500 rpm). The T/C provides a broader torque as well.

A revised Turbocharger up to 20-percent quicker response at engine speeds versus the engine’s Turbocharger.

A major divergence from the engine architecture is in the use of a direct-acting in place of the roller rocker arm for reduced weight. A timing replaces the belt, and MIVEC valve timing us used on the intake and exhaust camshafts most recent 4G63 had on the intake only). The rear-located side) stainless steel manifold helps improve distribution, and the freer-breathing exhaust features a larger-volume main with dual tailpipe

Exclusive to the Evolution MR model for the 6-speed Twin-Clutch Sportronic Transmission (TC-SST) is an automated transmission capable of executing upshifts with no drop-off in power. The TC-SST features a console-mounted shifter and magnesium wheel paddle shifters and manual and fully automatic

Essentially, the TC-SST is a manual that can select two gears at a one gear is engaged by one of the two wet multi-plate and the other is pre-selected, awaiting to be by the second clutch. The gear is made – either or automatically depending on mode – when the electro-hydraulically clutches are swapped, which simultaneously, with no perceptible lag

The TC-SST offers three modes – Normal, and S-Sport – and within the driver may choose automatic or shifting. Sport mode higher shift points (in and quicker shifting to deliver throttle response for better feel. Sport mode is useful for driving in mountainous or when engine braking is

The S-Sport mode can be selected for driving situations, such as events.

In the 2008 Mitsubishi Evolution, Super All-Wheel (S-AWC) is not simply the name of a new drive system. Rather, regulates drive torque at wheel by controlling a network of handling technologies, including: Center Differential (ACD) drive, Active Yaw Control rear differential, Active Control (ASC), and Sports ABS Integration of ASC is new for all markets and also a significant advance in both capability and safety.

The ACD splits up to 50:50 between the front and wheels using an electronically hydraulic multi-plate clutch. input from the S-AWC ACD regulates the differential limiting to optimize the front/rear wheel split.

The S-AWC computer data input from wheel angle, throttle wheel speeds, and the vehicle’s and lateral movements to determine the path of travel. As the previous Evolution did, the 2008 offers three driver-selectable modes: Tarmac, Gravel and

The innovative AYC rear differential a torque transfer mechanism to rear wheel torque for different driving conditions, cornering performance by limiting the yaw acting on the vehicle. The AYC differential in the Lancer Evolution model yaw feedback control using a yaw sensor and also gains force control via ASC. models use a helical gear-type front differential.

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The 2008 Lancer Evolution is on a one-inch longer wheelbase the Evolution IX, now 104.3 in. vs. 103.3 in. and a increase in front and rear brings that measurement to in. Overall width is up by two inches to in.

The basic all-new Lancer which is already stiffer the previous-generation Evolution IX, gains structural enhancements to the front and suspension areas to become the Evolution.

The super-stiff structure, chassis systems, wider use of for the engine, body, and chassis as well as greater use of high-tensile all play important roles in the Wheel Control concept. The hood, front fenders and the front and rear bumper are aluminium. For better weight the vehicle battery and the windshield fluid tank have moved to the trunk area.

The Evolution again features its own system, including inverted in front and a rear multi-link Race-proven forged aluminium reduce unsprung weight. The MR substitutes Eibach springs and shock absorbers for even handling performance.

Due to the high of the new global C-platform, the Lancer suspension can be tuned to provide a compliant and stable ride before without compromising performance.

The standard 18 x 8.5-inch wheels cast-alloy on GSR and BBS forged-alloy on MR) carry Yokohama ADVAN asymmetrical tires, a change from the 17 x wheels with 235/45R17 directional tires used on the model. Both the MR and GSR models the same size rotors diameter in front and 13.0-in in the rear), and the MR uses new two-piece construction to reduce weight. 2-piece disc is 2.9 lbs. per wheel.) Both models use calipers in front and 2-piston in the rear.

With exciting assured, Mitsubishi is able to the Lancer Evolution to be a markedly car for everyday driving. The new Recaro ensure support during driving and integrate new side While providing an even exhaust note than the model, the 2008 Lancer is designed to reduce unwanted and vibrations.

The MR model, in particular, an additional 11 pounds of sound in the toeboard and under the carpeting.

Lancer Evolution model one major option package. The Sound and Spoiler Package for the Evolution GSR combines the HID headlights, rear spoiler and the Rockford-Fosgate (max.) Premium Sound with 10-in. subwoofer, a 6-disc in-dash CD changer MP3 capability, and SIRIUS Satellite and a six-month service subscription.

The 2008 Lancer Evolution MR offers the Technology Package, the Rockford-Fosgate audio system subwoofer and SIRIUS Satellite with six-month service This package in addition a 30-gigabyte hard disk (HDD) navigation system 7.5-inch touch screen and server function; the Mitsubishi System, and the FAST Key entry FAST Key allows the driver to the vehicle simply by having the in a pocket or purse and grasping the on either of the front doors or the

The 2008 Lancer Evolution is around Mitsubishi’s next-generation Impact Safety Evolution unibody design. The RISE structure disperses energy during side and rear and controls distortion, enhancing protection and also helping to the fuel system during a impact.

The 2008 Lancer’s package is one of the most comprehensive in the and includes an advanced dual air bag supplemental restraint system with occupant sensors, front seat-mounted side-impact air and side curtain air bags, a driver’s knee air bag. The anti-lock braking system ABS) integrates electronic distribution (EBD), and all Lancer feature a tire pressure system.

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