How many Evo models are there?


Asked by Oct 13, 2008 at 06:35 AM about the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution

Question type: General

how many models of evo's are there?

9 Answers


11 if you include the first evo GSR

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Don't forget about sub-models though, like the MR and FQ =P


hi thank you for the answerr i had a feeling it was 8 but when i asked my friend he said 5 so at least i have an idea now thanks


I guess you could say there are 3 trim lines (or 2? 3 was last year), but there are/have been 10 generations.


yes it was 10, unless you count the Galant VR-4 which is the predecessor of the first gen Evolution (aka Lancer GSR), then it's 11. Though not the official evo, the VR-4 shares a lot of the same features of the first gen, less a lot of the aesthetics. When you break down to trim levels, then it basically depends on where you live


look at the badge on the car it explains it pretty simply EVOLUTION X


well considering the news model is the Evolution 10 I would say there has been 10 modles of evolution the first starting in 1992.


Ten Generations of Evolutions, but lots of sub-models like GT, MR, GSR, GT-A, RS, FQ


yea the gt-a was so pointless thats like all the new cars with the paddle shift god that is boring!

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