Rally Evo X leaked onto web
3 August 2006

Remember the Mitsubishi Evo X concept? Here's proof that the firm's designers are still working on the fine detail.

Caught during an open day at Mitsubishi's European Design Centre in Frankfurt and leaked on a Mitsubishi enthusiasts' web forum, this scale model shows where the Japanese manufacturer is going with the next generation of the Evo legend.

The model is clearly based on the Evo X, which first appeared at last year's Tokyo motor show. But its rear wing looks very much like standard World Rally Car specification, so this could be a design study of Mitsubishi's next rally car. The spoiler certainly looks larger than any aerodynamic aids seen on the test cars caught recently but given the Evo's rally-bred heritage, we wouldn't be surprised to see the road cars adopting the same

For more images, check out the Mitsubishi Lancer Evo forum in question at evolutionm.net.

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