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Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X Car Review
The new Evolution X series brings something new to the brand, its supreme quality, giving rise to an entirely new breed. But don't be fooled, the car can still pack a punch! In fact it can go a whole 12 rounds if it wanted. New advanced systems in place mean the car handles as well as any other four-wheel drive out there and boy don't you know it. Full Mitsubishi Lancer Review
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Mitsubishi Motors are the automotive sector of the Mitsubishi Group. They are a large company producing over 1.5 million units worldwide each year. The red logo is used throughout the Mitsubishi group.
The first car built under the Mitsubishi Group was in 1917, although manufacturing costs were deemed to high and production was halted in 1921. Later in 1934 they had produced Japans first 4x4 passenger car called the PX33, then during the war their efforts turned towards military based vehicles for the Japanese army.
The PX33 – First 4x4 passenger car in Japan
During the 40's and 50's the company slowly began establishing themselves with new technology and during the economic boom in the 60's Mitsubishi started mass producing cars such as the colt and 500. It wasn't until 1970 when the Mitsubishi Motors Corporation was formed, before this many names had come and gone, including Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Japan Heavy Industries and Mitsubishi Shipbuilding and Engineering.
The company have strong connections with Chrysler which began in 1971 when re-badged gallants were sold in the US. In 1985 a joint venture was formed between Chrysler and Mitsubishi called Diamond-Star-Motors, in 2002 this was re-named Mitsubishi Motors North America. Other companies heavily involved with Mitsubishi include Hyundai, Proton, PSA Peugeot Citroen and Volvo. Mitsubishi are currently the sixth largest automotive group in Japan.
Mitsubishi Lancer Prototype-S - Shown at Geneva
The 5-door prototype made its debut at Geneva this week. The good news is the car will indeed make it to production - currently scheduled for September this year in Europe. Its a bold and striking looking car with the front end attitude of an Evolution - coming equipped with 240bhp 2.0L turbocharged engine its not as powerful as the Evo X, but being a hot-hatch the target market is certainly more mainstream. Full Mitsubishi Lancer Prototype-S Story