Every automobile company has its halo car, from the Acura NSX to the Porsche 911, but few compare to the Mitsubishi Evo. Heralded by rally fans and enthusiasts alike for its blend of power and handling, this particular Mitsubishi model simply outshines the company's other cars and crossovers.
Though the model correctly titled the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution hogs the limelight, there are other vehicles within the Mitsubishi lineup designed for a wide variety of tastes and needs. The Mitsubishi Lancer sedan, for example, can be had in basic trims as well as Evo and Ralliart (a less powerful version of the Evo) variants, not to mention a Mitsubishi Lancer Sportback designed to compete with five-door versions of the Subaru Impreza and Mazda3. The larger Mitsubishi Galant offers a more traditional sedan feel, yet it too is available with the Ralliart treatment. Positioned alongside the Galant and Lancer is the Mitsubishi Eclipse, a sharp two-door available in coupe and convertible forms (often called the Mitsubishi Spyder but it's actually the Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder).
Engineers have attempted to bless homegrown crossovers with the brand's sporty DNA, the most successful result being the Mitsubishi Outlander. The company also sells the larger Mitsubishi Endeavor.