Concept-X Unveiled

Evans, Dean
December 2005
Motor;Dec2005, p17
The article presents information about Mitsubishi Motors Corp.'s new car Evolution. It uses a six-speed paddle-shift automatic. A pop-up liquid display crystal screen shows the different setting status. It uses a Super All-Wheel Control system that encompasses the Evo IX's Super AYC to improve power-down and suspension control, and adds brake control, active steering control and roll control for the suspension. Aluminium roof and side panels trim weight.


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