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Mitsubishi Evo9 Wagon Alpha Model 1/24 scale model car kit

Mitsubishi Evo9 Wagon Alpha Model 1/24 scale model car kit

Our unique advantage

1.The scale model kit

At Alpha Models we focus exclusively on sports cars, racing cars and supercars. Our goal is to provide highly accurate and stunningly detailed precision 1/24 scale model car kits.

2. Photo-etched detail parts and decal sheets

Our kits include a large number of highly detailed photo-etched parts and decals, crafted with care and patience, to provide the best product possible.

3. Accuracy

We work hard to ensure each kit has an exceptionally high level of accuracy, constantly referencing the actual car. At Alpha Models we strive to achieve the most accurate representation of your subject.


Each kit uses the finest resin to minimize any shrinkage issues, making the final product as realistic as possible.

5. After-sales customer service

We provide an excellent supplemental parts service, so if you’re having problems with your build, we’re here to help.

1/24 scale Mitsubishi Evo9 Wagon AM02-0045 model car kit

In September 2008, Mitsubishi officially launched the Lancer Evo IX MR high-performance four-wheel-drive sports car and the Lancer Evo Wagon MR high-performance touring car, both featuring a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine liters with code name 4G63. with a maximum power of 280 horsepower, a maximum torque of 400 N·m and a 6-speed manual or 5AT automatic transmission, of which the Evo Wagon MR touring car takes just 4.8 seconds to accelerate to 100%. The Lancer Evo Wagon MR high-performance touring car is only available in Japan, with an official limit of 2500 units, but in reality the total production of this car could be 2924 units.

Alpha Model, a company that produces 1/24 scale model car kits, offers a range of beautiful model building kits for enthusiasts to build variety model cars. Among them, the Mitsubishi Evo9 Wagon is an impressive model in their lineup.

The Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution, popularly called “Evo”, is a sports sedan and rally car based on the Lancer, produced by the Japanese manufacturer Mitsubishi Motors from 1992 to 2016. Ten official versions have been produced to date, and the Each model’s designation is most commonly a Roman numeral. All generations use two-liter turbo-intercooled inline-four engines and all-wheel drive systems.

The Lancer was originally intended for Japanese markets only, but demand on the “import grey” market led to the Evolution series being offered through Ralliart dealer networks in the UK and various European markets from around 1998. Mitsubishi decided to export the eighth generation Evoluzione to the United States in 2003 after seeing the success Subaru had had in that market the previous year with the Subaru Impreza WRX.

All domestic-market versions, until the release of the Evolution IX in 2005, were limited by a gentlemen’s agreement between Japanese automakers to advertise no more than 280 PS (206 kW; 276 hp). However, sources say that Mitsubishi was already producing cars with more horsepower, but had underestimated the official horsepower to comply with the agreement.[3] Therefore, each subsequent version unofficially evolved above its advertised power figures, with the Evolution IX for the Japanese market achieving a purported output of around 321 PS (236 kW; 317 hp). Various special versions available in other markets, particularly the UK, have official outputs of up to 446 PS (328 kW; 440 hp).

The tenth and final generation of the Lancer Evolution, the Evolution X, was launched in Japan in 2007 and in overseas markets in 2008.