America, This Is The Last New Mitsubishi Evo You'll Ever Get The Chance To Buy

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Mitsubishi Evo: 1992-2015.

So here we are, the final Mitsubishi Lancer Evo has arrived, appropriately called the Final Edition. We knew this was sadly coming and now the automaker has revealed official images and specs. For starters, just 1,600 examples will be produced, all of which see a power boost to 303 hp and 305 lb-ft of torque from its 2.0-liter turbocharged four banger. Lightweight two-piece Brembo brake rotors up front accompanied by Bilstein shock absorbers and Elbach springs at all four corners are also standard.

All-wheel-drive, of course remains standard, as does a five-speed manual transmission. Other unique bits include Final Edition badging, black painted aluminum roof, gloss black center bumper and hood air outlet, dark chrome paint alloys and front grille surround, and bi-xenon headlights. Only four exterior colors are offered: New Pearl White, Octane Blue, Rally Red, and Mercury Gray. Pricing wasn't announced but we wouldn't be surprised to see dealer markups. Gotta have one? Better haul ass to a dealership because this is it. The Evo is officially being retired.

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