Mitsubishi Mirage Show Car, Lambo Doors, Coach, Alpine, Jl Audio on 2040-cars
modifications have been made to the car
Barrington, Rhode Island, United States
I am selling my Mitsubishi Mirage. Due to my job I an unable to enjoy it like I used to and would rather see it go to someone who can appreciate the work invested into it.
The exterior modifications have been made to the car: Shaved emblems, antenna, and bumper lights. Lambo front and rear doors and an autoloc flip trunk kit. The whole engine bay has been shaved and the fire wall has been molded in.
The interior is fitted with a full COACH and black sued interior. It has a fiberglass dash with 5 6.5" alpine TV's, a 13" screen and an alpine w200 head unit. There is also a 6.5" Alpine in each sun visor, headrest and a 13" alpine flip down/dvd player combo. The last TV is a 6.5" touch screen alpine TV in the stearing wheel that is fully functional when the wheel is in any position. It has a JL Audio 300/4 and 1000/1 slash series amp and XR & C5 component speakers. It has 3 JL Audio W3 subs.
It has Konig retract rims and K SPORT Coilovers
The motor has been bored out and fitted with wiseco pistions, K1 Rods, toga bearings, obx headers, 2.5" exhaust, and has been painted to match the car.
There is more I have not mentioned however the car needs some minor work as listed above. It has not been started since the starter died in the summer so I do not know the condition of all the accessories.
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Sun, 29 Jun 2014 07:45:00 EST
The running order has been established for the 92nd running of the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb for all classes and everyone's had all the practice they're going to get. On Sunday, June 29, the 14,110-foot-high mountain will ask each of them, "Who wants some?" Unlike previous years, while the bikes will run according to class, the cars will run according to their qualifying times set on the bottom section of the course, regardless of division, the fastest guys going first.
Thu, 11 Jul 2013 12:44:00 EST
That puts Romain Dumas at the head of the 67 car entries, having set a time of 3:37.525 in his Norma M20 RD in the Unlimited Class, but the next Unlimited entry doesn't appear until sixth, Piero Nappi in his Picchio P4 pp with a time of 4:03.357. In between them, the two Mitsubishi MiEV Evolution IIIs start second and third in the Electric Modified class, that first one driven by Greg Tracy 11 seconds behind Dumas. Then comes Monster Tajima is his E-Runner Pikes Peak Special, then Paul Dallenbach leading the Open Wheel class, four positions ahead of the next Open Wheel competitor.
Leaders in the other classes: Michael Skeen driving a Nissan GT-R in the Open class in seventh, 12 positions ahead of the next class entrant; Jeff Zwart in eighth, driving a Porsche 911, will be the first in Time Attack 1, his competition starting right behind him; Robert Prillka in 21st is the first Time Attack 2 entry in a Porsche 911 GT3 Cup, three positions ahead of the next entry; in 23rd is Christopher Lennon in his 1973 Porsche 911 in the Vintage class, the next Vintage entry in 37th; the first Exhibition entrant is Donald Huffman in a Radical RXC in 50th, four positions ahead of the next in-class competition; and representing for Electric Production is Roy Richards in a Honda Fit EV.
Ladies and gentlemen, meet Maggie Stiefvater, professional artist and musician, New York Times best-selling author and Mitsubishi Evo owner. Because, as she writes, "In my latest novel, The Dream Thieves, a character drives a car that looks just like mine. Only there's a knife painted on the side of his," she decided to graffiti a knife on the side of hers.
Tue, 05 Mar 2013 11:31:00 EST
And that's how you get the time-lapse video below of Stiefvater, a few aerosol cans and a lot of stencils enjoying a sunny day in the park.
Mitsubishi is stretching the electric jellybean. For years, the i-MiEV was regular presence at Mitsubishi's auto show booths around the world, and the car rightfully earned its nickname because of its rounded shape. Today, at the Geneva Motor Show, Mitsubishi finally unveiled a version of the i-MiEV that looks much more more at home among the alternative-powertrain car fleet of the near future.
But there's more being elongated here than just the shape. The official range of the standard i (as the i-MiEV is known in the US) is 62 miles. The Concept CA-MiEV - where the CA stands for Compact and Advanced - is supposed to be able to go 300 kilometers (186 miles) from a 28-kWh lithium-ion battery and lightweight 80-kW motor/inverter/charger unit. This is kind of astonishing, given the range estimates of other compact and midsize EVs on the market today - most are in the 80-100-mile range. Of course, the specific test used to get the 186-mile result matters, too, since the regular i received 98 miles on the LA4 driving cycle range. The US-i has a 16-kWh pack.
The increased distance means that Mitsubishi is talking about the Concept CA-MiEV as the "suburban EV," with enough range for "about one week of driving for an average European driver." If you need more, Mitsubishi hints that the flat battery pack leaves room for a range-extender. Add in convenience features like WiTricity wireless charging and the ability for the car to send an emergency email if it's stolen, and you've got the commuting vehicle of the future. With a coefficient of drag of just 0.26 and boomerang lights, of course.