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5,000 of the first generation Evolutions were sold between 19= Second generationproduction = January 1994–August 1995 (5000 made)platform = CE9Abody_style = 4-door [sedan]wheelbase = 2510 mmlength = 4310 mmwidth = 1695 mmengine = 2.0Lheight = 1420 mmground_clearance = 170 mmtransmission = 5-speed [manual transmission]front_track = 1465 mmrear_track = 1470 mmweight = 1180–1250 kgdrive wheels = 4WDThe successful Evolution I was changed in December of 1993, and was produced until 1995.

It consisted mainly of handling improvements, including minor wheelbase adjustments, larger swaybars, bodywork tweaks including a larger spoiler, and beefier tires.

This car is also sometimes referred to as an Evolution 6½ or Evolution 6.5= Seventh generationproduction = March 2001 (GSR) – December 2002 (GTA)platform = CT9Abody_style = 4-door [sedan]wheelbase = 2625 mmlength = 4455 mmwidth = 1770 mmengine = 2.0Lheight = 1450 mmtransmission = 5-speed [manual transmission]ground_clearance = 140 mmfront_track = 1500–1515 mmrear_track = 1500–1515 mmweight = 1320–1400 kg In 2001, Mitsubishi was forced by the FIA to race in the World Rally Championship using WRC rules for building a car instead of the Group A class rules, and thus did not need to follow homologation rules.

The Evolution VII was based on the larger Lancer Cedia platform and as a result gained more weight over the Evolution VI, but Mitsubishi made up for this with multiple important chassis tweaks.

Both GSR and RS still used the same 5 speed quaife gearbox.

Interior tweaks were limited to a new Momo steering wheel (GSR only) and new fabric on the Evolution 2 type Recaros.

Power officially stayed the same, at 280 PS (276 hp/206 k W) as agreed by Japan's automotive gentlemen's agreement that all cars would have 276 or less hp, but some claim horsepower was actually somewhat = Sixth generationproduction = January 1999–March 2001platform = CP9Abody_style = 4-door [sedan]wheelbase = 2510 mmlength = 4350 mmengine = 2.0Lwidth = 1770 mmtransmission = 5-speed [manual transmission]height = 1405–1415 mmground_clearance = 140–150 mmfront_track = 1510 mmrear_track = 1490–1505 mmweight = 1250–1360 kg The Evolution VI's changes mainly focused on cooling and engine durability.

The biggest change was the addition of an active center differential and a more effective limited-slip differential, while a front helical limited-slip differential was added.

Torque was increased again to 284 ft·lbf (385 N·m) with engine tweaks that allowed greater airflow, and horsepower officially remained at 280 PS (276 hp/206 k W).

Yet another special edition Evolution VI was also released in 1999: the Tommi Makinen edition, named after Finnish rally driver Tommi Makinen that had won Mitsubishi four WRC drivers championships.

It featured a different front bumper, Red/Black Recaro seats (with embossed T.