Developed using the expertise and experience which brought Mitsubishi one manufacturer and four driver world titles, the MML Sport EvoX is available to drivers looking for what the company feels is the definitive Group N EvoX.
A range of parts have been designed and built from scratch, including the rollcage and the fuel tank. Developed in conjunction with fuel cell specialists, the bag tank is located underneath the vehicle floor for safety and to lower the centre of gravity as much as possible.
The overall layout of the suspension remains unchanged but MML Sports worked with damper specialists Reiger to bring WRC-specification damper technology to its Group N car. The transmission uses a PPG gear set and while MML Sports is obliged to use the front and rear differentials homologated by Ralliart Inc, it is allowed to fine tune the settings to establish the behaviour and traction.
Control of the active centre differential and the engine mapping however, is free and this is one area that MML Sports has concentrated on, to gain maximum advantage. It is using MOTEC control systems for both the centre differential and the engine, with the development work on the engine being carried out by MML. The RS base model utilises the latest homologated shell and specifications and includes as standard lightweight aluminium body panels and roof.
The RS model is powered by the aluminium block 4B11 engine which in standard form has more power and torque than the previous Evo IX MR model. An increase in torsional and flexural stiffness of 40% and 60% respectively has been achieved over the Evo IX MR which decreases chassis flexing.
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