Spied – Mitsubishi Evo X at Madras Race Track
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Mitsubishi is gearing up for the launch of the Lancer Evo X in the second week of July 2010. Earlier today we had posted spy pictures of the Mitsubishi Lancer Evo. Now we have exclusive spy pictures of the same car at the Madras Motor Sports Track (MMST) courtesy of Ujwal Reddy and Ansul Singhi.
The Lancer Evo has been expected in India for quite sometime and thankfully Mitsubishi taken a step to please the car enthusiasts in India. The Lancer Evo X is every boy-racer’s dream car. The car look absolutely mean with its chiseled front end and the gaping opening. The sporty tail lamp and the huge rear spoiler make sure that the Evo X isn’t mistaken for ‘just-another’ saloon.
This car looks like an average premium sedan and does a nice job of hiding its real character, a beast powered by a 2.0l inline 4 cylinder engine pumping out over a 290 horses. The black-powdered finish 14-spoke alloy 18″ BBS alloy wheels add to the stunning looks of the car. There are the solid paddle-shifts which help the driver get the best out of the 6-speed Twin Clutch SST transmission.
The car’s interiors look extremely well made with a high quality of fit and finish. The interior reeks of sportiness. The pitch black interiors along with the piano black inserts looks fantastic. The three-spoke steering wheel with aluminum touches looks chunky and tempting. The sporty Recaro seats in the Lancer Evo are extremely supportive. The car comes with the brilliant Rockford Fosgate music system with a sub-woofer.
The car would be be priced at more than Rs. 40 lakhs, if you were wondering.
Thanks Ujwal Reddy and Ansul Singhi!