A Look at the New Mitsubishi Evo X

Mitsubishi seems to be in all smiles preparing to sell off its latest Evolution series model, the Evo X. The Evo X sedan is no longer called a Lancer with makeup. It is an all-new model with outstanding performance and gorgeous looks and is all set to capture the hearts and minds of the Indian crowd. Let's have a look at what the new Mitsubishi Evo X has to offer.

First of all, a ride in the car is going to be very exciting with comfort, ride quality and everyday practicality living up to the owner's expectations. While most exotic sports cars like the Ferraris and Lamborghinis are two-seaters, Mitsubishi tries to change the concept. The new Evo X is a four seater that is as chic, interesting, striking and low as a Lambo or Ferrari and matches the performance of these supercars.
Nobody can imagine the amount of power hidden in the Evo X which actually looks as humble as a normal sedan with four doors. Allow it to run and you will know what a high performance it can deliver. The latest Evolution X MR FQ300 has been able to deliver an impressive 290 bhp and a maximum of 366 Nm of gut-wrenching torque. The car's 1998 cc four-cylinder turbocharged engine does the magic.

This engine has been mated with a six-speed sequential shift gear box delivering drive to all four wheels. The car's speed can soar from 0 to 100 kmph in just 4.5 seconds and an electronically limited 250 kmph top speed offers the necessary exhilaration. Frighteningly fast!
The Evolution series offers all that a car motoring fanatic would yearn for. The new car is a four-door, four-seater, four-wheel drive car. In spite of the high speeds, the handling is pretty smooth. With the new looks, Mitsubishi has got the job done real well. The looks have changed the entire car. With the launch of the Evo X, practicality with beauty can be a lesson taught by Mitsubishi to many other car makers. The new car has been designed to be extremely gorgeous to lure the crowd while delivering exceptional performance that is sure to attract the speed freaks.
The car has a kerb weight of 1605 kg and every upshift pins the driver to his seat back with ample rage. What's most surprising about the new car is that it is still a family car. Polished and smooth and with great ride quality the car is spacious too.
Coming to the price, if one takes into consideration the specifications the car offers, it's not too difficult to accept the fact that the car comes with a matching tag. The deep-pocketed Indian motoring fanatics will however be able to avail it. The price can be compared to that of a BMW 3-Series. But the engineering, performance and competition pedigree that this car comes with deserves to be priced high.