Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VIII MR



The Mitsubishi Evo is not just a car, it’s an institution. A rally-bred road car with massive power, four-wheel drive, room for all the family and, most importantly to some, is infinitely modifiable (yes, that’s a word!).

This 2004 Mitsubishi Evo VIII MR in Graphite Grey takes that latter trait very seriously, with upgrades having been made to nearly every aspect of the car including; wheels, brakes, suspension, interior, sound system, gearbox, drivetrain, fuel system, engine and, as is plain to see, the exterior.

The black/grey appearance resembles a stealthily fighter jet with flashes of carbon fibre and aero aids that hint at this car’s mind blowing performance.

As well as the factory fitted aluminium roof for weight reduction (standard on MR models), this car has other weight reductions in the form of a full carbon bonnet, boot spoiler, wing mirrors, splitter, rear diffuser plus some other smaller exterior items.

The interior also sports more carbon fibre additions on top of the standard factory fitted items, such as the dash trim and armrest, and there are a host of other upgrades, too, including a Kenwood sound system with amp along with Orion speakers and sub. Defi auxiliary gauges have also been fitted to keep an eye on all of the vital signs, too. Crucial, given that the engine is where the bulk of the modifications have taken place.

The original 2.0 engine with 276bhp was upgraded at 118k kms and is now a fully built 2.3 unit with no expense spared (all new internals, new turbo, manifold, stand alone ECU etc) producing a whopping 600bhp and 500lb.ft!

The performance is nothing short of ballistic, and the suspension, brakes and tyres have all been upgraded, also, to help keep things under control. The wheels are 18×9 Rotas with Toyo tyres and the brakes are now AP Racing units with performance discs and pads.

The full detailed spec list is far too long to list, but is available on request.

This is a seriously fast, incredibly spec’d and well looked after car that has had €100k spent on it to bring it to this standard, with receipts to prove, and is available today for just a fraction of that cost.

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