More Rowdy. Mostly Radioactive. Muscular Resplendence. The truth is, I have no idea what MR stands for. But the Evo MR goes, stops, turns and handles better than your standard-issue Evo VIII, thanks to some engine massaging, a new six-speed gearbox, special Bilstein shocks, a front limited-slip differential and variable Active Center Differential with Snow, Gravel and Tarmac settings, improved brakes, and an all-around lightening thanks to an aluminum roof and new BBS wheels. It's not the prettiest thing on the road, but that doesn't mean you can't salivate all over your monitor anyway because of the copious images Road & Track provides. One may anticipate a price around $35,000 and performance numbers matching cars with triple the tag.
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