EVO7-9 OEM Carbon fiber Headlight cover (Pair)
The appearance of EVO Ⅶ is based on the new Lancer Cedia, but it still retains the strong momentum of the EVO series. The front part of the car generally maintains the style of the series. The shield-shaped heat sink on the hood makes people familiar with the front and rear blade boards arched outwards, and looks more domineering. The tail fin is designed by EVO VI double-layer regression EVO V single-layer design. In terms of interior design, the fighting atmosphere is more natural than ever. Otherwise, how dare we call it "evolution"? The shape is based on Lancer, but the material and configuration used are all very sporty. Metal-textured central console, Momo three-airbag sports car steering wheel and Recaro's car seat are designed specifically for it, showing an extraordinary atmosphere. In power system, although the 2.0-liter DOHC turbocharged engine of 4 463 is still used, and owing to the 280PS horsepower limitation of Japanese law, the evolution direction is toward torsion. After the improvement of turbocharger, heat dissipation system and lightweight parts like camshaft hollow design, an astonishing 39.0kgm/3500rpm maximum torsion force is squeezed out, which is the most in the world. Unfortunately, EVO VII did not install the six speed manual transmission as expected by the fans, but only with the five speed mature manual transmission. Although EVO VII does not carry a six speed gearbox, it carries a newly developed ACD (Active Center Differental) active electronic central differential, which controls the variable multi board clutch mechanism electronically. The efficiency is three times higher than that of the previous VCU type. It also matches the original AYC (Active Yaw Control) active bias control system, feedback in road sense and tracking performance. There has been a significant improvement in performance.