Guido Tschugg is a professional mountain biker and a Red Bull-sponsored athlete in downhill and four-cross. He's also a fan of the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution and drifting in the snow, and with the help of filmmaker Mario Feil and drone videographers airv8, the rally car and the powder are combined to glorious effect.

We could continue talking about it, but that would delay you from enjoying the two minutes of frosty beauty in the video below.

EVO - Guido Tschugg from Mario Feil on Vimeo.

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      Looks like fun. I would have been cool to have two Evos chasing each other.
      • 2 Years Ago
      RIP Evolution, as I'm sure the Evo XI will be an absolute disaster, far worse than the Evo X. That, and Mitsu is broke, no monies for R&D and I'm sure they'll put some garbage "green" powertrain in there.
        Shahul X
        • 2 Years Ago
        Don't know about Mitsubishi as a company being broke, but I agree with the rest of your post. I think the EVO is done, at least in the way we know it now. The new Mitu's are hideous looking. I loved my 2003 Evo8 and 2010 X...
      Steven Sarron
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      hi Dear how are you
      John Taylor
      • 2 Years Ago
      I used to have a 69 Javelin. Doing doughnuts was fun in that car.
      Bryan Lund
      • 2 Years Ago
      I own a 2008 Mitsubishi Lancer GTS and it is not only the best looking car anywhere on the planet, it is the one car I wanted more than any other car on the planet. And it has been a great car to love and to own. Nuff said.
      • 2 Years Ago
      what' this ot to do with donuts?
      Brian @.
      • 2 Years Ago
      Had an Evo X. Very very good drivers car. Modded to 400+ HP. Could drive it hard anytime, rain or shine. .97g dry and .91g wet. If you are going to get one, get it with less than 20k on the Odo. They are only good till 60k.
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