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AddDid Mitsubishi cancel EVO to focus on electric vehicles?

Mitsubishi has lit a fire under the enthusiast community by announcing that the automaker is planning to send the Evolution out to pasture in order to focus solely on electric vehicle and hybrid development. Currently, the Evolution is an all-wheel drive terror best suited for locking horns with the Subaru WRX STI, and while rumors had arisen that the Japanese automaker was working on a new hybrid system for the vehicle, Gauy Eusegi, the company's global product director, effectively put those w

24VIDEO: Fifth Gear pits Ford Focus RS vs. Mitsubishi Evo X

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25UPDATE: Production of Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X skipped for 2009 in U.S.

Click above for a high-res gallery of the Mitsubishi Evolution X

11Tokyo Auto Salon: Mitsubishi Evolution X gets tuner love in Japan

Click the image above for more shots of Tokyo Auto Salon's assortment of Evos.

37LA 2007: US-spec 2008 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution lands (VIDEO)

UPDATE: Another high-res gallery of photos from Frank Filipponio added

8Hyundai sports car concept coming to LA Auto Show, along with 14 world debuts

When the dust settles at the Los Angeles auto show next month, at least 14 world debuts will have taken place, along with 30 North America unveilings. Amidst the premiers, expect to see a concept version of Hyundai's new RWD sports car (also to be shown in London), along with Nissan's restyled Murano CUV.

21Official pics of Mitsubishi's Evolution X

Click the image above for more shots of Mitsubishi's Evolution X.

28C&D first to drive the slower but faster Mitsubishi Evo GSR

Our pulpy friends over at 2002 Hogback Road have gotten their hands on the latest version of Mitsubishi's Evo, the Evo X. Car and Driver's November 2007 issue has a preview of the Evo X, and they found that while the new car gives up speed to the outgoing model in a drag race, it kicks it in the teeth if curves are on the menu. Any car that can run a 13.8-second quarter mile is not slow, anyway. Consider that you get that kind of speed for a base price of $30,000, and 295 horsepower from two-lit

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