No, it’s not a typo. The 2015 Mitsubishi Lancer EVO Final Edition #0001 is at a Mitsubishi dealer in Brooklyn, New York with a price tag of $88,888.
We had intended to make this a comparison of the $ 33,095 Mitsubishi Outlander 2.4 SEL S-AWC to the base, 2.7-liter Highlander LE, and thus make it a 4-cylinder matchup.
2015 Mitsubishi Lancer EVO Final Edition #0001 is headed to a Brooklyn Mitsubishi dealer in Brooklyn, New York. They won the auction with a bid of $46,200 on Ebay recently.
The very first U.S. spec 2015 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Final Edition has been sold. Mitsubishi auctioned off #US0001 to benefit the National Multiple Sclerosis Society this weekend.
Mitsubishi Motors North America is going to get plenty of money for the first 2015 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Final Edition #0001.
Mitsubishi is sending out the Lancer Evolution with a 2015 Lancer Evolution Final Edition for performance enthusiasts around the globe.
This the first 2015 Mitsubishi Lancer EVO Final Edition #0001 and its the last run of the legendary Lancer Evolution ever.
Mitsubishi will send the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution out to pasture with a Final Edition model that will number 1600 examples for the U.S. market.
Mitsubishi began the last production of the 2015 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution with the Final Edition model in August.
The Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution won’t be an option for performance fans for 2016 and beyond.
We didn’t know it, but apparently it’s legal in the UK for a motorcycle to move between two lanes of stationary vehicles at a red traffic light.
With the last 2015 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution being produced this year, it’s ironic that the Mushroom Garage, which is now home to Gilder Mitsubishi Rotherham, chose the iconic EVO to sit on top o
Thousands of proud Mitsubishi owners traveled near and far this past weekend in celebration of the brand at the North American headquarters in Cypress, CA for MOD2015.
The 2015 Mitsubishi Lancer sedan does indeed have an advantage over the competition and it’s called All Wheel Control (AWC).
At 50 mph, the Mitsubishi i-Miev can go 70 miles on a charge, the Nissan Leaf 97 miles, and the Model S 300 miles.
Compare this to what those cars can do at a typical 70 mph speed: 260 miles range for the Model S, 68 miles for the Leaf, and 40 miles for the I-Miev. That's about a 15% range gain for the Model S, a 63% range gain for the Leaf, and a whopping 75% range difference for the I-Miev. The Tesla Model S's being a heavy and aerodynamic car factors into its inefficient low speed range and more efficient, relative to that, high-speed range.
The question is not will Mitsubishi ever build a next generation Lancer Evolution XI, but what kind of vehicle will the EVO badge be attached to next?