Sometimes it's refreshing looking at a super clean factory vehicle. It can be a bone stock high-performance Euro, or in this case, Logan Foster's 2012 Mitsubishi Evo X. A tough street car capable of extraordinary things, Logan wanted an Evo X to stand out from the rest of the V–IXs out there. With a 221kW 4B11T engine from the factory, they're no slouch and paired with a tough five-speed gearbox, you have a reliable package capable of quick lap times, or just a few cheeky street pulls. Our favourite addition to Logan's Evo are the wheels.
The 18x9.5-inch Volk Rays ZE40 wheels are wrapped in drool-worthy (for the street anyway) Dunlop Z1 tyres measuring a bull-dog-like 265/35R18. Instead of the usual on-circuit photo shoot, or pit arena shoot, we opted to photograph Logan's Evo on the gravel (sorry for getting it dusty mate!).
We've just been told Logan has purchased an Exedy Hyper Single clutch, so perhaps there are some engine upgrades on the horizon! What's your favourite generation Evo? Old-school, or the newer more modern equivalents?