Mitsubishi Lancer Evo: a small taste of the 11th generation [RENDER]

There are many who want a return of the high-performance Mitsubishi Lancer Evo , but it seems that the executives of the Japanese automaker have something else in mind. Indeed, Mitsubishi has announced its desire to revive the Ralliart brand that was particularly well known at the time.   The latest rumors have confirmed that a return of the Lancer Evolution is out of the question as there would not be enough money to carry out both projects. In areas such as Taiwan and China, however, the Lancer Evo's popularity has endured with a 10th generation produced locally.  Mitsubishi Lancer Evo XI render  That said, in the article you will find an interesting digital project created by the well-known Russian website Kolesa that tries to show us what the 11th generation of the Mitsubishi Lancer Evo would be like. On the market, such a model would certainly be interesting and would collide directly with the Subaru WRX .  The front is characterized by a bonnet with a large air intake, a double grille (one of which is honeycomb in the lower area), thin LED headlights and a splitter. The side profile features black multi-spoke alloy wheels with Mitsubishi hubcaps, a braking system with oversized discs and red brake calipers and black side skirts that contrast with the yellow bodywork.  Moving on to the rear, we find two Y-shaped headlights, a spoiler installed on the tailgate, a diffuser and two integrated tailpipes.

There are many who want a return of the high-performance Mitsubishi Lancer Evo , but it seems that the executives of the Japanese automaker have something else in mind. Indeed, Mitsubishi has announced its desire to revive the Ralliart brand that was particularly well known at the time.

The latest rumors have confirmed that a return of the Lancer Evolution is out of the question as there would not be enough money to carry out both projects. In areas such as Taiwan and China, however, the Lancer Evo's popularity has endured with a 10th generation produced locally.

Mitsubishi Lancer Evo XI render

That said, in the article you will find an interesting digital project created by the well-known Russian website Kolesa that tries to show us what the 11th generation of the Mitsubishi Lancer Evo would be like. On the market, such a model would certainly be interesting and would collide directly with the Subaru WRX .

There are many who want a return of the high-performance Mitsubishi Lancer Evo , but it seems that the executives of the Japanese automaker have something else in mind. Indeed, Mitsubishi has announced its desire to revive the Ralliart brand that was particularly well known at the time.   The latest rumors have confirmed that a return of the Lancer Evolution is out of the question as there would not be enough money to carry out both projects. In areas such as Taiwan and China, however, the Lancer Evo's popularity has endured with a 10th generation produced locally.  Mitsubishi Lancer Evo XI render  That said, in the article you will find an interesting digital project created by the well-known Russian website Kolesa that tries to show us what the 11th generation of the Mitsubishi Lancer Evo would be like. On the market, such a model would certainly be interesting and would collide directly with the Subaru WRX .  The front is characterized by a bonnet with a large air intake, a double grille (one of which is honeycomb in the lower area), thin LED headlights and a splitter. The side profile features black multi-spoke alloy wheels with Mitsubishi hubcaps, a braking system with oversized discs and red brake calipers and black side skirts that contrast with the yellow bodywork.  Moving on to the rear, we find two Y-shaped headlights, a spoiler installed on the tailgate, a diffuser and two integrated tailpipes.

The front is characterized by a bonnet with a large air intake, a double grille (one of which is honeycomb in the lower area), thin LED headlights and a splitter. The side profile features black multi-spoke alloy wheels with Mitsubishi hubcaps, a braking system with oversized discs and red brake calipers and black side skirts that contrast with the yellow bodywork.

Moving on to the rear, we find two Y-shaped headlights, a spoiler installed on the tailgate, a diffuser and two integrated tailpipes.

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