How many Evo models are there?

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

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how many models of evo's are there?

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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

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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

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

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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

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

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

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

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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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