Mitsubishi to broadcast the debut of its prophetic Prototype X online
8 January 2007

Detroit might be 4000 miles too far west to make it visitable for most UK car fars, but that doesn't mean you can't be a part of America's biggest car show. Tonight, Mitsubishi will unveil a car many British enthusiasts have been keenly anticipating for years - the Evo-foreshadowing Prototype X - and you can watch it the covers come off live and online.

The Prototype X is an evolution of the Concept X that appeared two years ago, and, insists Mitsubishi, it accurately prefigures the final look of the production Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X. The standard version of Mitsubishi's new Lancer is being unveiled alongside the concept, and you can watch that being unveiled tonight too.

To sign up to view the live webcast, visit and complete the registration process. The broadcast should be available tonight (Monday 8 January 2007), at 11.00pm.

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