2011 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution (GSR, MR Touring, Evolution X, Lancer Evo) | Conceptcarz.com

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Antoine L’Estage, driver of the number 17 Rockstar Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X, started racing in 1995 at the Rallye de Quebec. In 2001, he won Rookie of the year for the Canadian Rally Championship. He won the championship in 2006, 2007, 2010 and 2011. He came in second to Patrick Richard in 2004, 2008 and 2009. He won the North American Rally Cup in 2007, 2008, 2010 and 2011, coming second to Andrew Comrie-Picard in 2009.

In 2010 he scored a ‘triple crown’ by winning the Rally America championship alongside the Canadian and North American Rally championships in the same year.

L’Estage’s co-driver in the Mitsubishi Evo X is his girlfriend, Nathalie Richard.

2012 STPR

The Rockstar Energy Drink Team of Antoine L’Estage, of St-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Quebec, and Nathalie Richard of Halifax, Nova Scotia, took the top podium finish in the Waste Management Susquehannock Trail Performance Rally®, presented by Citizen’s Northern Bank with a time of 1:39.15.5, repeating their victories from 2010 and 2008. STPR® was the fourth round of the Rally America National Championship

By Daniel Vaughan | Jun 2012

This first generation of the Lancer Evolution, commonly known as the Lancer Evo or Evo, was designed to compete in the World Rally Championship. It has a history that dates back to the early 1990s and has continued to be a popular and competitive sedan (both in the market place and in racing competition) for over two decades.

The current version of the Lancer Evolution – the Evolution X – was introduced as a concept at the 39th Tokyo Motor Show in 2005, and was called the ‘Concept-X.’ This was followed by a second concept car, the Prototype-X, at the 2007 North American International Auto Show.

Powering the Evolution X is a $B11T 2 liter turbocharged, all-aluminum four-cylinder engine. The powerplant initially produced 276 horsepower, but that figure is varies depending on the market and the model year.

The Evolution X went on sale in Japan in early October and a few months later (January 2008) in the United States. Canadians were able to purchase the car in February while those in the United Kingdom had to wait until March.

The US version were fitted with either a 6-speed twin clutch Sportronic Shift Transmission (TC-SST) or a five-speed manual. The Evo was given a new full-time four-wheel drive system named the S-AWC (Super All Wheel Control) which uses torque vectoring technology which sends different amounts of torque to the rear wheels depending on the needs.

By Daniel Vaughan | Jun 2012

Mitsubishi’s 2011 Lancer Evolution Sports Sedan – The Ultimate 4-Door Sports Car – Adds New High-Tech Luxury Amenities At No Additional Cost To The Consumer

With its rally racing-inspired design, electronic driver aids and potent turbocharged power, the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution is one of the most capable high-performance sports sedans in the marketplace today. But the lusty appeal of this instantly recognizable 4-door is not limited just to the North American market; the ‘Evo’ has a rabid fan following throughout the world.

Two versions of the Lancer Evolution will be offered in the Ú.S. market for the 2011 model year: the GSR model that features a short-throw 5-speed manual transmission along wîth a long list of standard features as well as numerous advanced electronic driver aids including the advanced Super All-Wheel Control (S-AWC) full-time all-wheel drive system and an even better equipped MR edition that includes Mitsubishi’s remarkable 6-speed Twin Clutch Sportronic-Shift Transmission (TC-SST).

Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution

New for the 2011 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution:

Mitsubishi’s FÚSE Hands-free Link System™ This innovative technology gives users the ability to access their Bluetooth-enabled cell phone, iPod or ÚSB drive wîth the sound of their voice. By using simple voice commands, users can make hands-free phone calls and play their favorite songs by artist, genre, album or playlist. What’s more, the Gracenote® software that recognizes the names of musical artists and their songs can be updated for free so that as consumers add more and more new music, the FÚSE system will recognize these new voice commands.

Real-Time Traffic (RTT)

A very convenient and informative real-time traffic (RTT) function has been added to the available 40GB HDD navigation system.

Retuned Exhaust

The Lancer Evolution’s exhaust system has been tuned for an even more sporty-sounding exhaust note.

Sporty-lòòking Rear Spoilers

All Lancer Evolution GSR models now include a large rear spoiler at no additional cost to the consumer, wîth the MR version receiving a stylish low-key rear lip spoiler.

ÚSB auxiliary input

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Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution
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