How many Evo 9 FQ 360 were made?
Called the Lancer Evo IX MR FQ-360, it has the firm’s most potent engine, aerodynamic styling tweaks, suspension updates and interior extras. With a production run limited to only 200 models in the UK, it’s certainly exclusive.
How much is a Mitsubishi Evo 9?
Brand New Mitsubishi Evo IX Sells For Nearly $138K.
What Evo has the most horsepower?
It’s called the 2015 Lancer Evolution X Final Concept and it packs the most powerful 2.0-liter turbocharged engine ever in a production EVO.
How many Evo 9 are left?
|MITSUBISHI LANCER EVO IX FQ-300||31||42|
|MITSUBISHI LANCER EVO IX FQ-320||21||17|
|MITSUBISHI LANCER EVO IX FQ-340||27||34|
|MITSUBISHI LANCER EVO IX FQ-360||33||37|
Is the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX FQ-360 a supercar?
The torque output is the key to this car’s character. The peak output of 363lb ft is 8lb ft more than the FQ-400 produced and is delivered 2200rpm lower down the rev range. It’s also 18lb ft more than the FQ-340. The FQ-360 may have been tuned for driveability, but that doesn’t mean that its supercar-bashing performance has been compromised.
When did the Mitsubishi FQ-360 come out?
The FQ-360 has been developed by engineers from Mitsubishi UK’s motor sport and performance division, Ralliart, which was also responsible for the limited edition FQ-400. Launched in 2004, the FQ-400 was the fastest-ever production Mitsubishi and the new FQ-360 shares some of its key components.
What kind of wheels do Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX MR use?
The 11-spoke Speedline Turini alloy wheels are also new and mimic those fitted to Mitsubishi’s tarmac spec rally car. The Yokohama ADVAN AO46 235/45 ZR17 tyres are carried over unchanged, while the Brembo braking system ensures that the Evolution IX MR has the stop to match its go. The changes inside are equally subtle.
What’s the top speed of a Lancer Evolution IX?
This is a practical, five-seater saloon car that can sprint from 0-60mph in just 3.9 seconds and on to an electronically limited top speed of 157mph. By comparison, the Porsche 911 Carrera 4S, which costs almost twice as much, takes 0.9 seconds longer to reach 60mph from rest.