Aggressive Design Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Concept-X 2005 – The Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Concept-X 2005 with an exterior that carries the full taste of Lancer Evolution’s mechanical street engine image and high-quality interior with a functional layout that drives the driver to concentrate solely on the operation of the engine, the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Concept-X 2005 shows the way to the evolution of a new era. the design is so handsome and aggressive also directed because it is functional.
Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Concept-X 2005 couples aluminum turbocharged MIVEC cylinder block to a high-performance 6-speed manual automatic transmission. The widespread use is made of aluminum on the roof, hood and other body panels. The chassis performance has been greatly enhanced by the introduction of the new 4WD Super All Wheel Control (S-AWC) control system dynamics. The incarnation of driving pleasure, this ultra-sophisticated technical specification makes the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Concept-X 2005 a masterpiece on wheels for highway performance technology Mitsubishi Motors.
Distinguished by its striking and aggressive outer front grille, the front face borrows design cues from fighter jets to signal widely to the large amount of air drawn in and to the stability of the car-hugging road. The 3-diamond logo that identifies the brand at the front of the bonnet is another distinguishing element of the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Concept-X 2005 design.
The Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Concept-X 2005 with simple and functional cockpit layout is united in a design that encourages the driver to fully concentrate on the operation of the engine. The team never attempted to develop coloring and lighting that gave rise to keen competition in the interior. The interior color of the black keynote uses silver counterpoin to give a material look of aluminum and create a more dynamic and athletic interior space.
The Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Concept-X 2005 with ring-structure frame design recognizes a significant increase in body stiffness, while the use of aluminum on the hood, trunk lid, fenders, roof and front and rear door panels reduce weight. Reduced weight on the roof and upper body lowered the center of gravity, while weight reduction in doors, hood, trunk and other peripheral elements reduced the moment of inertia for better steerability. Weight loss, lowered center of gravity and reduced moment of inertia all contribute to better motive performance and better handling.
Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Concept-X 2005 with suspension by MacPherson strut in front and multi-link arrangement at the rear. Working closely with Mitsubishi Motors with “Roll Control Suspension” technology, this design provides a very high level of riders and roads.
The Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Concept-X 2005 engine is powered by a 2.0-liter DOHC MIVEC 4-cylinder intercooler-turbocharged engine and provides instant response at all engine speeds with a flat torque that continues to pull into the red line. The Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Concept-X 2005 uses a 6-speed, non-grip automatic manual transmission that embodies slicker displacement and higher transmission efficiency than ordinary manual gearboxes. The paddle shifter mounted on the steering column allows the driver to concentrate on the wheel better and allows the driver of all the ability to experience the driving pleasure of a satisfactory sport.