Mitsubishi Ralliart Pajero Evolution Diesel

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Mitsubishi Ralliart Pajero Diesel

Mitsubishi announced the rally debut of the new Repsol Ralliart Pajero Evolution code-named MPR14. The Mitsubishi Pajero Evolution diesel is by a 2,997cc V6 engine that from low compression ratios and fuel injection. The engine for the Mitsubishi Ralliart Pajero diesel started with a new 260 bhp diesel derivative of the MPR13’s petrol engine in Japan.

went for the 3.0 liter capacity it offers the best ratio performance and weight. The engine of the Ralliart Pajero Evolution outputs 650Nm of torque and is with a 5-speed Ricardo-type, shift gearbox.

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Mitsubishi Motors (MMC) and its motor sports MMSP have established the objectives for the coming season, as as for the 2009 ‘Dakar’, which new ground with a start and in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and a in Valparaiso on Chile’s Pacific

While the engine itself was developed in Japan, MMSP was for its integration in the chassis, with of Valeo tasked with a cooling system. The MPR14 its debut in the hands of Hiroshi Maimon (Japan/France) on Team Mitsubishi Ralliart’s first of the 2008 season, April’s Europe Rally which in Hungary and Romania.

Mitsubishi Tops Rallying’s Initiatives

Team Repsol Ralliart has also decided to a lead by enhancing its environmentally approach to its competition activities in with its key partners,

Repsol, and BFGoodrich, all of whom stand out as in their specific domains it comes to protecting the planet. our motor sports activity has a step up to establish the environmentally-friendly strategy of Mitsubishi Motors MMSP SAS’s new president, Nakayama.

Repsol sees the of diesel power for the Pajero MPR14 as an ideal opportunity to its latest research developments efficient fuels in general and sourced biodiesel in particular to the Indeed, the Spanish-based oil and gas firm’s in this field contributed to its nomination as a ‘Gold Class’ in the Sustainability Yearbook 2008 by PriceWaterhouseCoopers and Sustainable Asset (SAM), an independent company with conducting the annual for the Dow Jones Sustainability Index. And the Group – which owns the brand – has always stressed the transfer of technology between its sports activities and road is by no means unilateral, and cites its research into low rolling as one area in which production have benefited the competition of partners such as Mitsubishi.


The 1990s saw the Michelin Group a valuable lead in this with the launch of the first car and truck tire range has gone on to see the advent of products as the current award-winning Michelin Saver tire.

Last but by no least, Valeo’s long of automotive systems and electronics invaluable during the development of the new Mitsubishi Pajero Evolution Its contribution essentially concerned the cooling system using the architecture. Valeo’s input concerns the advanced low energy LED and rear lighting systems on the car and which further contribute to appreciable fuel savings.

Team Repsol Mitsubishi 2008 Programme

In addition to its testing and development activities, Repsol Mitsubishi Ralliart is to confirm its intention to contest events during the first of 2008.

The first will see a entry for the inaugural Central Rally with a line-up of Mitsubishi Pajero Evolutions, one MPR14 powered by the latest V6 engine and crewed by Hiroshi Maimon (Japan/France), plus MPR13s for Luc Alphand/Gilles Picard Stéphane Peterhansel/Jean-Paul Cottret and Joan Nani Roma/Lucas (Spain).

Our 2008 programme has tailored to prepare for our new challenge is to contest the 2009 Dakar our new diesel-engined car, says Repsol Mitsubishi Ralliart Dominique Serieys. Our schedule initially take us to three the inaugural Central Europe [Hungary and Romania], the Transiberico and the Baja Espana [Spain].

driver line-ups for the Portuguese and fixtures will be announced as will the team’s programme for the half of the season.

Mitsubishi Service Car

A European-specification Outlander serve as support vehicle spares and tools on the Central Rally for the four Pajero It will form part of a fleet of 13 service vehicles, include five trucks, L200 pick-ups, and Outlanders.

The first Outlander to serve as vehicle on a cross-country rally is a SUV at urban motoring. It nonetheless from the same three-mode controlled 4WD transmission system as the and the four-wheel drive L200, and has specially prepared to take on the conditions associated with like the Dakar.

The Outlander has been prepared for the Central Rally is a European-spec model by a four-cylinder 2.2-litre turbocharged engine mated to a manual gearbox. It features the same as the competing cars and incorporates rally equipment such as cage, bucket seats, suspension and tires, and guards. the engine, the gearbox nor the electronically-controlled 4WD system have been although their calibration has tuned to meet the needs of the conditions it will face.

but not least, a bigger fuel has been fitted to ensure the of range required for the long involved.

2008 Central Europe Itinerary

The Central Europe is the first event to qualify for the Dakar Series and starts in Hungary, on Sunday April 20. It about 2,600km route, about 1,100km divided seven special stages in and Romania. The stages range in from 100 to 320km, the longest taking the form of a loop the reputed Romanian spa town, Mare.

The seven-day rally on the shores of Hungary’s Lake on Saturday April 26.

Mitsubishi Evolution (MPR14) Technical

(T1 Modified Cross-Country Cars)

LENGTH 4195mm

OVERALL 1990mm

WHEEL BASE

Mitsubishi Pajero Hybrid

FRONT TRACK 1750mm

TRACK 1750mm

ENGINE 6 cylinder, 24-Valve, DOHC, oil system

FUEL SYSTEM rail

DISPLACEMENT 2997cc

OUTPUT 190kW (260 PS) (66.3 kgfm)

TRANSMISSION Ricardo-type, sequential shift and mechanical gear selection 4WD full time, mechanical diff lock; Front Xtrac self-locking differential; diff Xtrac self-locking

SUSPENSION Front Independent, wishbones, coil spring; Independent, double wishbones, spring; Dampers 2 shocks per fully-adjustable damping and anti-roll bar

STEERING Power-assisted rack and

WHEEL STROKE 250 mm front and

BRAKES Front and rear: Brembo discs with Brembo calipers

WHEELS 7×16

TYRES BF Goodrich — 16

MINIMUM WEIGHT kg

OTHERS Aeronautic steel frame, Honeycomb body and carbon fibre body

TANK CAPACITY 500 litres

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