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who knows what will happen with the evo...we will all have to wait and see. The FT-86 looks sik!
 

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I saw this the other day on yahoo... I sincerely doubt we'll see an entirely new evo in 2012 let alone feb of 2012. My guess is it will be a bit later down the line.
 

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Frankly, I think the Evolution line should have ended with the IX. The X is great in its own right.
 

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I will buy an F430 if Mitsubishi goes electric with the Evo.
Fixed. :D :bowlol:

But seriously, that article sucked. Lots of cars that no one SHOULD care about, and the blurb about the Evo was just tempting gossip and full of speculation which was NOT a common theme in the other blurbs. So no, this article is NOT proof of a next gen Evo.
 

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Fixed. :D :bowlol:

But seriously, that article sucked. Lots of cars that no one SHOULD care about, and the blurb about the Evo was just tempting gossip and full of speculation which was NOT a common theme in the other blurbs. So no, this article is NOT proof of a next gen Evo.
I heard Nissan is going to upgrade all Evo owners to GTRs in 2013.
 

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most of those were pretty terrible looking. But to each his own
 

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At least paste this into the original post:
Mitsubishi Evo XI (February 2012)

With Mitsubishi scrapping its gas guzzlers and launching brand-new electric and gas-electric hybrids, all aimed at meeting ever-tighter global emissions standards, the rumor mill is suggesting that even the Lancer Evolution is going to go green. Or green-ish. The idea is to keep it high-performance and AWD, but also use some of the technology already behind the forthcoming i-MiEV electric city car and wed it to either a turbodiesel or a gas motor. The potential would still be there for exceptional output when both gas/electric power plants combine, but it's possible Mitsubishi may allow the driver to roll up to highway speeds on battery juice alone, vastly improving fuel economy. Evo XI may become both larger and more refined too, positioning it more naturally against rivals like Audi.
 

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