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?
The small crossover category is heated with competition. Most manufacturers are putting their best foot forward in this segment, vying to keep and capture market share.
By the time back-to-school ads for Staples are running in your local newspaper, Tesla will be preparing the launch of its highly anticipated Model X fully battery electric SUV (technically, it's a CUV, or crossover utility vehicle). This full-size model, which will offer performance rivaling that of Porsche's respected Cayenne, will feature unique Falcon Wing doors (the term "gull wing" apparently wasn't disruptive enough) and seating for seven adults---plus ample room for luggage, golf clubs, and antique furniture.
Australian performance fans can’t be too happy that Mitsubishi Motors Corporation will only be sending so few examples of the Lancer Evolution Final Edition to their shores.
The 2015 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Final Edition signals the end of production for the last Lancer EVO X.
It’s been known that Mitsubishi was going to discontinue the Lancer Evolution performance sedan as the brand moves in a more eco-performance direction.
The final production run of the 2015 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution is underway and there’s one more limited production 311RS EVO X model coming.
The Toyota Highlander has grown considerably since its first generation. This is both good and bad.
The 2015 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution is in its final year of production and fans are responding by snatching up the last models before they go away forever.
The Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution is out and a new Compact SUV Concept world premiere is in at the Geneva Motor Show 2015.
The last of the 2015 Lancer Evolutions are already at Mitsubishi dealers, but there is a 2015 EVO coming at the end of the year’s production that will be extra special.
There’s big news out of Canada today as Subaru announces that Antoine L'Estage will be piloting the newly-developed 2015 WRX STI rally car for SRTC.