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Vehicle fan title: EVO
Lancer Evolution is developed by MITSUBISHI automobile (MITSUBISHI), commonly known as LE, Lancer EVO or EVO. So far, it has been released for tenth generations, and the names of every generation EVO are represented by a capitalized Rome number. The EVO series is equipped with a 2-liter turbocharged engine and a four-wheel drive system.
In early 90s, Japanese Mitsubishi Motor Co made a wise and brave decision to participate in the WRC World Rally Championship and the SCCA professional Rally Championship. It was based on the small four front wheel drive family car Lancer, designed a high-performance four-wheel drive sports car, which is MITSUBISHI's flagship Lancer Evolution. In the past more than 10 years, EVO has been upgrading several times. From the initial EVO I to the latest EVO X, in the hard growth process, EVO failed to meet expectations, and 1996-1999 consecutive years won the WRC championship in four years, becoming one of the most powerful running machines in WRC at that time. Lancer Evolution's name is popular all over the world. It not only wins many battles in WRC, but also is a super streetcar nearest to the dream in many speed fans pursuing high-performance sports cars. Since its birth, EVO has been a sports car full of racing blood. Whether it is in car rally race, field race or even the night rush car in the workshop, EVO has a good performance.
EVO was first sold in the Japanese market. The EVO of the seventh generation was developed by WRC for the world rally WRC. In order to comply with the rules of the WRC competition, Evolution used the same integrated body structure as the other LANCER series. Due to the large demand in the parallel market, from 1998, EVO was introduced into the European market through the sales network of RalliArt, INC., a famous car refitting company. In 2003, the success of the (Subaru) Impreza WRX series was achieved in the US market, so the car decided to export the eighth generation of EVO to the United States.