Mitsubishi vs. Subaru was one of the greatest automotive rivalries in history, both in the World Rally Championship and with their hero cars for the road, the Subaru Impreza WRX STi and the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution. Thankfully, some teams such as Italy’s PIMA Racing drift team appreciate both cars.
It is almost the weekend time! Soon you, having broken free from the shackles of your daily work, will be able to get out there and drive like a champion!
Watch this pup miraculously cheat death on a rally stage.
The Lancer Evo X Final Edition is old news down to everything, save for the silly badges that Mitsubishi used to try and differentiate it from a normal Evo X. Spoiler alert: it’s really not that different at all. As a hater of pointless badging, this really doesn’t help anyone’s case for me, but I can respect it…
The new Praga R1R is the road-legal LMP-style supercar you thought could never happen. EVO recently tested one, and the R1R is so much like an actual race car it may be a victim of its own design.
EVO Magazine pits the brand new Ford Focus RS against some of its toughest hot-hatch competition in the form of the Volkswagen Golf R in its latest drag battle. Will it even be close?
The spindly Ariel Nomad wasn’t built to be the track-scalping weapon that the other Ariel Atom models are. It was meant for off-roading. For dirt and grass and gravel. But that doesn’t mean it still isn’t fun as hell to thrash about on some tarmac.
You’re not going to win.
I’m not going to try and add flare to something so particularly special, so just watch EVO’s Henry Catchpole hit 200 mph in a brand new Porsche 911 R on the Autobahn and try to imagine what it feels like.
In the 1970s and ‘80s, many cars lost power and performance due to the oil crisis and emissions controls. However, during that time, Porsche and Ferrari made two legendary machines that laid the groundwork for their most popular nameplates—the 959 and the 365 GT4 BB.
Ford has a new GT street car and racing car, both of which are going to be extremely rare forever, sadly. Why not take every chance you get at a close look at the beautiful details, like this one I’m now giving you right now?
An amusingly modified Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution cools off with its hood up as the Spec Miata field grids up in the background.
Meanwhile, in Texas, here’s a Lancer Evolution driving flat out in front of a cow pasture. Moo!
Nissan’s Nismo division supposedly planned to build 100 Skyline GT-R Nismo 400Rs for 1997, but only 44 left the factory before the R33 got discontinued the following year. This is chassis #037 at full throttle.
Which Evo was best Evo? I was always partial to VII, myself.
Too many “Car of the Year” awards are hokey affairs that smell vaguely advertorial in nature and don’t really speak to our interests. Not Evo’s, though. When Evo picks a Car of the Year, it’s accompanied by nearly thirty minutes of automotive joy in video form, with everything from hot hatches to supercars.
Evo’s latest video demonstrates that owning one of the six new-old Jaguar E-Type Lightweight Coupes means you get all the fun without having to get as dirty as you would in 1964. That’s a good thing.