Final Details for the 2015 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Final Edition

2015 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Final Edition
The Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution is no more. Long live the Final Edition.

Mitsubishi has unveiled the final details of the 2015 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Final Edition—the last Evo the automaker will produce after 10 generations of performance excellence.

After launching the Evo Final Edition X in Japan earlier this year, it’s now our turn to say our goodbyes. The car is based on the GSR trim and gets a slight power bump up to 303 horsepower and 305 lb-ft of torque, though most of its performance upgrades are not engine related.

To make its handling even more exciting, Mitsu equipped the Evo Final Edition with Bilstein shocks, Eibach springs, and two-piece Brembo calipers on the front axle. In other words, expect your lap times to go down.

There are also a few visual updates, like a black aluminum roof, black interior with red accent stitching, dark chrome Enkei wheels, special badging, and a unique numbered plaque for each of the 1,600 models that will be sold in the United States.

We hate to see the Evo go at Biggers Mitsubishi, but it had a great run, and the Final Edition model seems like a good way to go out with a bang.

New Mitsubishi Crossover in the Works

new Mitsubishi crossover
A new Mitsubishi crossover is in the works, due to the popularity of the Outlander, featured above.

Crossovers keep getting bigger in the United States—and we don’t mean in terms of size—and since the Outlander and Outlander Sport are already Mitsubishi’s best-selling vehicles, the automaker figured it might as well throw a new one into the mix.

CEO Osamu Masuko told Automotive News that Mitsubishi would present a new CUV that would go on sale in the United States and Europe. Production wouldn’t occur until about two years from now, but we already know that it’ll slot right between the aforementioned Outlander and Outlander Sport and compete with crossovers like the Kia Sportage and Hyundai Tucson.

But there’s something else, too. “The Outlander is growing in size, while the Outlander Sport is getting smaller, so it opens a space for the new SUV,” said Masuko. This would ensure the new Mitsubishi crossover doesn’t also compete with its own siblings in the lineup.

It’s a long way off for now, but we look forward to the new crossover at Biggers Mitsubishi!