Mitsubishi Evo X FQ400 is go

Mitsubishi Evo X FQ400 is go

Lancer Evo X Britcar on track fq

We all know what the FQ stands for in FQ400 (well, if you don’t, it rhymes with ‘Clucking Chick’), and that’s exactly what the FQ400 promises to be. With a 400hp version of the Evo X being campaigned in Britcar (see here) it’s not really a surprise that one should be made for the road to humiliate Ferrari owners.

There have already been FQ320 and FQ360 models, and this FQ400 will likely follow the formula developed by ADR Motorsport including a new turbo, fuel system, exhaust manifold and ECU. A top speed of around 270kph, and 0-100kph in under 3.5 seconds are on the cards, as well as reworked suspension, bigger brakes and some minor aerodynamic tweaks.

In the UK it will be UKP45000, which is more than we can afford right now.

Lancer Evo X Britcar on track fq

We all know what the FQ stands for in FQ400 (well, if you don’t, it rhymes with ‘Clucking Chick’), and that’s exactly what the FQ400 promises to be. With a 400hp version of the Evo X being campaigned in Britcar (see here) it’s not really a surprise that one should be made for the road to humiliate Ferrari owners.

There have already been FQ320 and FQ360 models, and this FQ400 will likely follow the formula developed by ADR Motorsport including a new turbo, fuel system, exhaust manifold and ECU. A top speed of around 270kph, and 0-100kph in under 3.5 seconds are on the cards, as well as reworked suspension, bigger brakes and some minor aerodynamic tweaks.

In the UK it will be UKP45000, which is more than we can afford right now.

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