some weeks Ago, we announced that the japanese company had completed the production of his Mitsubishi Lancer in the united States and that, by reason of this emotional end, else would market a special edition limited to 1,600 units. And it is not for less, the model is wearing in the american country several decades and to say goodbye to him in a special way. Well, after introducing us to Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Final Edition, now the brand announces that the the first unit will be auctioned.
To remind you that there are among the hands, the signature asian desvelaba at the beginning of the month of October, this model loaded of feelings. And not just because of everything surrounding the story Lancer but also by the care sections. Version based on the GSR, the Final Edition riding around wheels exclusive signed by Enkei colored in black, details painted in the same shade as the ceiling or badges unique to this edition and may be chosen from among several colors for the bodywork. Also in the interior, with contrast stitching in various corners of the cabin, we realize that we are in a very special version.
could Not leave him alone on an aesthetic issue of the responsibility of representing the last Lancer, that’s why the section mechanic also has a lot to say. The engine 2.0-liter turbo has been retuned to develop now 307 horsepower and 413 Nm of torque, to which we must add an update to the suspension system, and a computer of brakes of higher performance that mounts on the front Brembo.
The first Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Final Edition will be auctioned to raise funds that will be allocated to the NMSS, National Multiple Sclerosis Society. The product auctioned in question represents more than a simple model, because it is the first of a series that fires the production of the Lancer. The bid has begun in 37.201,05 dollars when it is open until 21 November. You can access it on Ebay at this link.
Source – Mitsubishi
article The first drive of the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Final Edition will be auctioned has been originally published in Current Motor.