Street Legal Rally Car
Mitsubishi throws out a hand grenade in a world full of fire crackers.
that would tear the asphalt from the ground akin to tearing the fingernails off your hands.
Aside from the hyperbole, the FQ-400 will do 0-60 in 3.8 seconds thanks to the newly reworked 2.0L turbo four, which features high-flow fuel injectors and a hybrid turbocharger pushing power to 403hp and 387 lb.-ft of torque. Mitsubishi increased the track, lowered the suspension thanks to Eibach springs wrapped around Bilstein shocks, threw on some lightweight nine-spoke 18s and upgraded the brakes with aerospace grade aluminum calipers.
The only sphincter tightening feature that we're not so keen on is the price. At $78,120 it's quite pricey for a Mitsubishi Evolution. Yes, it comes with all the fancy crap you'd come to expect from a car that cost that much, but still, it's an Evo.
The latest in a series of already fast four-doors, is the new Evo X FQ-400. We broke the somewhat sad news (sad because we don't get it) back in December of the new