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Japanese tuner Ings unveils its N-Spec kit for the Mitsubishi EVO X, which consists of “new canards, brake ducts, and intercooler shrouds.” Available in Q1 2009, no word yet on pricing. Click here for first picture in gallery.

Japanese tuning house Ings has prepared a kit for the Lancer Evo X consisting of a front bumper and a Z-Power Wing.

[via Autoblog]

Mitsubishi announces a $32,990 base price for the 2008 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X GSR. Additional options include: a $2,000 “Sight, Sound, and Spoiler” package, $1,999 30GB navigation system, and a $2,000 aero kit. Video after the break. Click here for first picture in gallery.

Mitsubishi didn’t announce pricing for the range topping, dual-clutch equipped MR, but if the GSR’s pricing is any indication, early reports about it cresting the $40k mark are likely on target

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Mitsubishi has officially announced the 2009 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X. Available in RS ($26,134) or GSR ($30,473+) trims, it comes equipped with a “lightweight 2.0-liter DOHC MIVEC turbocharged engine” that produces 295hp and 300 lb-ft torque. Click here for more pictures.

We’re also especially excited about the new Twin-Clutch SST 6-speed automated manual (think DSG from Audi), though those that prefer a proper snick can still order a 5-speed manual, which is the only option on the RS

[via Autoblog]

Mitsubishi has taken the wraps off its upcoming 2009 Lancer Evolution X Ralliart for the “MOTOR SPORT JAPAN 2007” event, and Nihon Car managed to snag a few photos, along with a video. Click here for more pictures.

..of course we were not able to step in the car and neither gets any “info” from the Mitsubishi Staff available for this event, we succeed to catch some picture for you as well as a shot video of the best

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Mitsubishi’s 2009 Lancer Evolution X will sport a turbocharged MIVEC engine that produces 276hp @ 6500rpm and 311 lb-ft torque @ 3500rpm. Video after the jump. First picture in gallery.

The car sports similar side-mirrors to the basic Lancer and new side-vents behind the front wheel arches. The new Evo also drops the concept�s LED detailed headlights and front-bumper integrated foglights. Inside, we can see the new gear-lever and paddle-shifters for the dual-clutch gearbox

[via Motorauthority]