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Video: 2010 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution SE

The special edition Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution SE made its world debut just a few days ago. Now, the GT Channel has put together a promotional video of the car that will go on sale in the fall of 2010 and will be placed between the MR and GSR models.

The new Lancer Evolution SE gets an ultra-high performance suspension package, two-piece Brembo front brake rotors with remarkable stopping power, and Mitsubishi’s lightning-fast Twin Clutch-Sportronic Shift Transmission (TC-SST). It was also receive a small, less conspicuous lip spoiler. The exterior will be distinguished by brightly illuminating HID headlights and a choice of four colors - Graphite Gray, Wicked White, Phantom Black, and Octane Blue. On the interior it gets heated cloth RECARO seats and exclusive "SE" badging to round out the Lancer Evolution SE’s unique packaging.




10 comments:

Well, i think Mazda would be a great competitor of the Lancer! Since, figures and specs were not mentioned in for the Lancer I really can’t comment further. However, both cars have an amazing exterior!

I bet with that ultra-high performance suspension, it would make the car run at its maximum speed. And I have a positive thought about this one. I can’t wait to try it myself.

GTS gets the real five-speed manual, sportier Ralliart gets the flappy-paddle fake. As a former Eclipse owner, WTF, Mitsubishi? Anyway, the current Lancer is a thoroughly decent car mostly let down by its volume-seller 2.0-liter/CVT power train, which won’t be available on the Sport back anyway. I hope it does well.

you’ll never knew how will it perform on the road unless you tried it by yourself.

Please give us more details.

This review is cliff-hanging. I wish they give more details. What so unique about this car?And about the lip spoiler , Does it affects the performance of the car? It really makes no sense.

I would rather have the torque and potential of the 4B11 and the AWD of the platform then worry about getting less mpg then an RX-8 which isn’t even on the radar for me.

Pretty aggressive, but I think Mitsubishi needs to make these more powerful. Well, spending $35-$40k and only getting 291hp is weak. I rather be at R/T or 370Z levels and get around 350 minimum. I know it’s a track car and it seems almost attracting me, but still, it needs more power speed!

I guess this is the Mitsubishi’s answer to the subaru SE. but based on this movie, the evo SE can out perform the subaru easily.

What’s with the lip spoiler? So they give it a sportier suspension and then proceed to defeat the purpose entirely by killing downforce by removing the huge wing? This makes no sense.

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