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With a new Toyota Supra finally on the horizon, values of twin-turbo versions from 20 years ago are going through the roof, but there's another Japanese coupe from that era; a flagship twin-turbo tech-fest that offers far better value for money
With just nine miles on the clock and no registered owners, having never actually been sold, this Evo IX attracted an astonishing and completely unexpected bidding war
We still can't get over the insane price tag attached to a brand new Evo IX in California right now, but rather than worry too much, we've found an earlier car that's much, much better value
In a tall, relatively narrow people carrier, the obvious thing to do is stick an American V8 in it. Well, it isn't, actually, but someone has gone and done it anyway
In the latest development of the emissions scandal that's hit Mitsubishi, the manufacturer has admitted it's been rigging tests for 25 years
In the latest emissions scandal to rock the motoring world, Mitsubishi has admitted 'misconduct' in economy testing, wiping $1.2 billion off the company's shares
The 1990s was a great time for cars, with the last of the truly mechanical performance vehicles rolling off the production line before the electric revolution began. It also happened to be the time when Japan was really into making enthusiast cars...
This Mitsubishi Lancer was left by Lake Eerie, New York, after its owner decided not to drive home after having drinks with friends. On returning, he found that his car had been entombed in ice. Now though, it's free to hoon another day!
The guys at MotorWeek have posted another 'Retro Review', this time featuring a 1983 Mitsubishi Starion
A little like choosing between your clutch leg or your accelerator leg, I want to know which of these rally-bred heroes you'll vote for as the one that wins your heart. The results will be very interesting to see...
With quotes like "it whines like a self-satisfied cat" and "it's silky smooth like a baby's behind," Boris Johnson (everyone's favourite posh buffoon and Mayor of London) shows that a career in motoring journalism could be just around the corner