In 1995, the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IV appeared, based on a new body that replaced the increasingly refined one of its predecessors. It still had the same styling, but its competitiveness had been increased by the use of more efficient and effective aerodynamic components.
All fenders had been blistered and the aerodynamics of the rear wing improved. The car’s 4G93 engine increases torque and response in low and medium range by using a twin-scroll turbo. The forged pistons and large intercooler help deliver a potent 276hp and 260.3 lb-ft of torque.
The Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IV also received larger brakes and 16″ wheels. It features Active Yaw Control system on its rear wheels, making it easier to turn and giving excellent cornering. It was released as a limited production of 6,000 in a mixture of GSR and RS types.