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Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX FQ-360

Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX FQ-360

Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX FQ-360 interior

Year (of specifications) 2007
Engine 2.0 litre inline 4 cylinder turbo
Transmission 6 speed 4WD
Max speed

160 mph

0-60 mph 4.1 seconds
Horsepower 366 bhp @ 6887 rpm
weight -

The 2007 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX FQ-360 was developed by engineers from Mitsubishi UK’s motor sport and performance division, Ralliart, which was also responsible for the limited edition Lancer Evolution 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.

Mitsubishi’s engineers sought to improve the performance of the 1997cc 4-cylinder 4G63 twin scroll turbo engine with the introduction of a high pressure fuel pump and a high-flow catalytic converter, both of which were employed in the FQ-400. The Engine Control Unit (ECU) has been fully reprogrammed to create a car that delivers 366 bhp at 6887 rpm and 363 lb-ft of torque at a lowly 3200 rpm.

Subtle exterior enhancements differentiate the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX FQ-360 from the rest of the Lancer Evolution range and improve its aerodynamic efficiency at high speed. One of the most obvious changes is the introduction of a carbon-fiber front lip spoiler, which is attached to the front apron and provides additional downforce. At the rear, a carbon-fiber ‘sharks tooth’ rear vortex generator helps to reduce aerodynamic lift.

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