Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution MR (2011) [reviews]

With its rally inspired design, electronic driver aids, powerful turbocharged engine, the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution One of the best sports performance sedans on the market. But the strong appeal of this recognizable 4-door is not limited only to the North American market, the "Evo" is a rabid fan following worldwide.

Two versions of the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution is available in the U.S. market for model year 2011: the GSR model, which has a short range 5-speed manual transmission with a long list of standard features and many top drivers aid electronics including Super Advanced All-Wheel Control (S-AWC) full-time four-wheel drive and a better equipped MR-edition that includes Mitsubishi remarkable 6-speed dual-clutch Sportronic Shift Transmission (TC-SST ).

Mitsubishi IC Link Hands-Free System

This innovative technology enables users to use their Bluetooth cell phone, iPod or USB sound of their voice. Using simple voice commands, users can make calls hands-free and listen to their favorite songs by artist, genre, album or playlist. What's more, the Gracenote ® software, which identifies the names of artists and their songs can be upgraded for free music to consumers more and more new, the FUSE system recognizes these new commands.

Real-Time Traffic (RTT)

A very practical and informative traffic in real time (RTT), the function has been added to the provision of 40 GB hard drive navigation system.

Back exhaust

Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution exhaust system has been set for a new even sportier sounding exhaust note.

Rear spoiler Sports

All Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution GSR now include a large rear spoiler, at no cost to the consumer, where the MR version of the stylish, discreet rear spoiler lip.


Each Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution is equipped with a USB port, easy access storage compartment inside the two front seats.

Aggressive Styling Car Racing-Inspired

car enthusiasts - especially lovers of motor sports - long appreciated the distinctive body lines and aggressive were a staple in recent years for the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution sedan sport. The current car tenth generation is leading this trend, but does so with a design aesthetic is arguably the best interpretation of the history of the legendary high-performance sports sedan sports a long and rich history.

Inspired by the air intake is a fighter, long and wide gaps in the front of the car is not only quoting Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution for the face, but also the flow of huge amounts of air into the engine compartment to give useful to cool the radiator and intercooler, helping to maximize their production. The valves must be placed at the top of a sheet of lightweight aluminum hood and after the front wheels are as functional as they are elegant, as it will evacuate the hot air from inside the engine compartment.

outstretched wings on the four corners, a relatively high beltline that slopes slightly downward toward the front of the car and ran to the car trunk lid combine to offer Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution a position that is both muscular and attractive appearance.

A trunk lid high mounted rear spoiler (GSR model) or a low-profile rear wing (RM model) completes the 2011 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution race car-inspired exterior exciting.

Glad turbo / intercooled 2.0-liter engine

The well designed 4B11 T / C motor is the heart of any Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution sports fast - it can get your heart racing even the most jaded car enthusiasts with its ultra-fast acceleration and a lot of instant power on tap seemingly all points on the revs on the tachometer.

However, only 2.0 liters (1997 cc) displacement, it is cordial DOHC 16-valve engine line-4 engine and an aluminum block and cylinder head (high strength and light weight ) and a bore and stroke, both measure exactly 86.0 millimeters (3.4 inches), making it a "square" design that its bore-stroke ratio is 1.0. The power of this engine is 291 hp at 6,500 rpm with 300 lb-ft of torque full product at a much lower 4000 rpm. Mitsubishi Innovative Valve timing Electronic Control system (MIVEC) acts on both camshafts intake and exhaust to boost power production and cleaner exhaust. The turbo / exchanger ratio is 9.0:1 compression engine.

Short-throw 5-speed manual or 6-speed Sportronic Rapid Fire Twin Clutch-Shift

Standard equipment on 2011-Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution GSR, is the manual transmission 5-speed, fun to drive.

His engine navigates through the gates with a precision bolt rifle, as with every card that meets the caste. The pilot will also find that the clutch pedal light works the same way. The functionality of both shifter and clutch pedal operator rewarded with a high degree of mechanical sense - exactly what you want the sport of high performance cars.

But while the good functioning and tactile sensation of the manual transmission in the GSR model provides satisfactory results, the core driving enthusiast certainly choose the transmission of high technology in all models Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution MR.

Mitsubishi Twin Clutch revolutionary Sportronic Shift Transmission (TC-SST) is nothing less than an engineering marvel.

The TC-SST allows the driver to make changes in a fraction of time that could be accomplished with a manual transmission standard. The system also allows the driver to make these changes through the console-mounted shifter or even easier by the magnesium paddle wheel steering levers. Moreover, this close relationship of 6-speed dual clutch transmission Sportronic exchange can operate in fully automatic mode as a conventional automatic transmission. In either manual or automatic, each shift up or down occurs instantly, with no perceptible latency, with the engine management system "blipping" the throttle to downshift for each engine speed and transmission to perfection .

Supercar Super All Wheel Control (S-AWC)

Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution has always been known for its maneuverability. But advanced electronic aids for the driver in the current vehicle generation - especially society Super System Super All-Wheel Control (S-AWC) - was able to maneuver along the road of evolution in a surprisingly high.

Super All Wheel Control (S-AWC) is not a specific device, but a technology network of dynamic systems that constantly communicate with each other to provide improved traceability. This includes Active Stability Control (ASC), an active center differential (ACD), an active yaw control (AYC) rear differential and Sport ABS brakes. Working together, Super All Wheel Control (S-AWC) modulates the torque distribution to each wheel in real time for maximum control.

Active Stability Control (ASC) includes traction control and vehicle control systems, stability and helps to regulate the distribution of braking force and engine power to each wheel.

Active Center Differential (ACD) uses a hydraulic clutch, electronically controlled multi-plate split the engine torque (up to 50:50) between front and rear wheels. This routing of power between the front and rear of the vehicle are determined by collecting data from many sensors, including the speed of each wheel, throttle, wheel angle and vehicle lateral and the longitudinal location.

Acting similarly to a conventional limited slip differential, Active Yaw Control (AYC) rear differential uses a planetary differential, speed sensor and brake control force through Active Stability Control (ASC) system control torque to the wheel rear for better traction and stability in slippery road conditions and high speed cornering.

And thanks to the braking pressure and yaw advanced sensors, sports brake system (ABS) helps the driver maintain better steering control on slippery surfaces or very heavy braking.

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