Mitsubishis Lancer has been a monster of a car for the past couple of years.
It’s been the fastest sedan in the US, selling more than 500,000 units in 2015, and it’s set a new benchmark in performance, selling over 400,000 in 2016.
The next year it’s expected to pass 200,000 sales, putting it squarely in the top five.
But Mitsubes new Lancer comes with a major change: it has a 4.7-liter turbocharged inline-four engine.
That’s the same powertrain as the Lancer’s predecessor, the Mitsubi E90.
In other words, it’s more powerful than the E90 in terms of torque, but it also has a higher compression ratio, making it more efficient than a naturally aspirated engine.
The big problem with this turbocharged engine is that it’s a lot heavier than a turbocharged diesel.
It weighs 4,000 pounds less than the turbocharged Lancer, and the engine has a more pronounced camber, resulting in a more “steep” engine response.
The result is that the Lance performs better than it did before, but still feels like a heavy car.
In fact, a 2014 Mitsubis press release predicted that the engine’s power delivery would be so bad that it would cause “significant and potentially fatal engine failure,” which it did.
This wasn’t the first time that Mitsubisch had encountered such a problem, but the problem with the engine was that it was so powerful that the car needed to be in the shop for an overhaul.
This new Lance is a massive step forward, and Mitsubist is looking forward to being able to sell the car to customers with higher fuel economy ratings.
But for Mitsubiman, this isn’t just about sales.
The company says the new Lancers engine is also the “most technologically advanced and fuel-efficient” of any engine in the lineup, which is important, because Mitsubiski has long been looking to make cars that are “as fuel efficient as possible,” which can’t be said for any other engine in its lineup.
In addition, Mitsubisher is also using its advanced engine architecture to boost fuel efficiency even further.
The new engine uses an advanced turbocharger, and its two large, twin-scroll turbochargers are the biggest of any Mitsubium engine in history.
They have a combined output of 2,200 hp and 3,400 lb-ft of torque at 1,400 rpm, which gives the engine a top speed of 180 mph.
The engine also has an electronically controlled “supercharger” that can boost the output to up to 4,200 HP and 3.846 lb-f-ft at 4,500 rpm, and also has “supercharging capability,” which allows it to increase the power even more.
The supercharger can boost up to 2,800 HP and 5,200 lb-force at 3,000 rpm, while the superchargers “supercharged” “super-charger,” “super charged,” and “super boost” can all boost up the output even further, and all are rated at 8.5 hp and 6.3 lb-t.
The “superboost” boost also has its own boost gauge and an automatic boost controller.
The turbochargable engine also comes with three different boost levels, which can be configured in the engine bay: 1.6, 3.2, and 6 psi.
The torque levels can also be changed to suit the driving style of the car, but you can change them for a more aggressive driving experience.
The three boost levels also come with a boost control function, which you can configure in the car’s electronic control unit.
The TurboLancer has already been tested on a variety of surfaces and has been used on track by several drivers.
The only thing that remains to be seen is whether Mitsubismis new Lances performance will compare favorably to the E92.