Taylor, Michael
February 2001
Motor;Feb2001, p9
Features the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VII from Mitsubishi Motors Corp. Changes in the body shell of the car; Addition of weight secondary to the increase in vehicle size; Revisions in the engine and gearbox; Plans of exceeding the torque specifications for domestic production.


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