Autoblog just posted that a 14 page brochure for the new Mitsubishi Evolution X has been leaked on an EVO-Fan forum. It's entirely in Japanese and has a few pictures and sketches of the car. Since this in print, I think it's fairly easy to say that this will be the final shape of the new car, not too different from the study design released a few weeks ago.
For the first time ever, this brochure brings pictures of the new interior. An overall upgrade since the last interior with a newer cleaner brushed aluminum look, sport gauges, and LCD in the instrument cluster to display on-board computer readings and other settings. A new half leather-half cloth option for the sports seats. Standard F1 Paddle Shifters for sequential gear shifting through the new double clutch.
Engine wise, the 2.0L 4B11T engine with MIVEC technology is expected to be announced around the 300Hp mark, but nothing is conclusive at the moment, and more information is expected in the Tokyo Motor Show around 8 weeks from now.
This post was posted on Amjad's blog two d There had been talks from Al-Zubair Automotives and Al-Shanfari Automotives over the Jeeays ago, asking about why there are Jeep cars in Al-Zubair Automotive's showroom in Al-Authaiba.p brand name. Al-Zubair aims to have all Chrysler International cars (Dodge, Chrysler, Jeep) under one roof and Al-Shanfari's ownership of the Jeep brand came contradictory.
No longer, because in today's newspaper, apparently, the Chrysler group has granted Al-Zubair Automotives the liscence to use the Jeep brand name and distribute Jeep products. There's no mention of Al-Shanfari whatsoever, and there's no indication if the settlement occurred between Al-Shanfari and Al-Zubair or if it came from Chrysler immediately. This is big news because by the end of next year, Jeep is hoping to introduce 5 new models to the market. FIVE.