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The 2007 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX MR FQ-360 (Mitsubishi Racing) (CT9A) is a performance trim offered by Mitsubishi for the final production year of the ninth generation Lancer Evolution.

Developed by Ralliart and offered in the United Kingdom from January 2007 until the end of production in late 2007, the MR FQ-360 was limited to 200 examples and the was the highest performance trim offered for the Evolution IX, with the highest performance C9TA trim being the Evolution VIII FQ-400 sold by Ralliart.

As the final factory offered trim for the Evolution IX, it is fitted with a new titanium turbocharger, a carbon fibre front splitter, a high-pressure fuel pump, and a high flow catalytic converter, pulling out an additional 80 horsepower and 66 lb⋅ft of torque over the 2006 Evolution IX.

Ralliart's alterations also include the MR FQ-360 being the only trim offered with 17" Speedline Corse Turini wheels, and interior alterations with a piano black dashboard, leather Recaro seats with stitched "IX MR" branding, a Ralliart dials, Eibach coil springs, tinted rear glass, and an HKS rear badge.


Need for Speed: Payback

The Lancer Evolution IX MR-edition appears in Need for Speed: Payback following its reveal in a Build of the Week article published on the official Need for Speed website on August 18, 2017.


It is unlocked for purchase from the off-road, race, and runner class dealerships upon completing a questline in chapter 4 - Open Skies.

NFSPB MitsubishiLancerEvolutionIX Garage.jpg NFSPB Dealership NA Icon.pngNFSPB Dealership NA Icon.pngOff-road ClassRace ClassRunner ClassNFSPB Dealership NA Icon.png Unlocked in chapter 4 - Open Skies.
NFSPB BankYellow Icon.png 75,750
NFSPB StatIcon Speed LargeWhite.png Horsepower 366
Top Speed 171
NFSPB StatIcon Accel LargeWhite.png 0 - 60 3.90
1/4 Mile 12.43
NFSPB StatIcon Nitro LargeWhite.png N2O Capacity 3.2
N2O Power 3.2
NFSPB StatIcon Air LargeWhite.png Airtime 3.8
Landing 4.2
NFSPB StatIcon Brakes LargeWhite.png Response 3.8
Power 2.7

Need for Speed: Heat

The Lancer Evolution IX '07 appears in Need for Speed: Heat following an article published[1][2] on August 19, 2019, revealing it to be part of the game's official car list, and appears in the NFS: Heat Studio app as part of container 6, which was released on September 24, 2019.


The stock Lancer Evolution IX '07 is unlocked for purchase from the car dealer for NFSHE Icon Bank.png72,500 upon reaching Reputation Level 16NFSHE Icon Rep.png.

It has a customisation rating of six and can be equipped with performance parts.

NFSHE Mitsubishi EvolutionMR Dealership.jpg
Unlocked at NFSHE Icon Reputation.png LVL 16
Infobox 2017White Car.png 191
NFSHE Icon Bank.png72,500
HORSEPOWER [bhp] 366
0-60 MPH [s] 3.90
MAX TORQUE [ft-lb] 363
TOP SPEED [mph] 171
NFSHE HandlingCartesianGraph.png
Customisation (Rating: 6/10)
Engine Swaps (8 Available)
366 hp 2.0L I4
87,000, 23NFSHE Icon Rep.png
[hp] 366 / 662
345 hp 4.0L V8
131,500, 27NFSHE Icon Rep.png
[hp] 345 / 1,009
456 hp 4.0L V8
191,000, 31NFSHE Icon Rep.png
[hp] 456 / 1,014
503 hp 2.9L V6
192,500, 31NFSHE Icon Rep.png
[hp] 503 / 905
514 hp 4.0L F6
225,500, 31NFSHE Icon Rep.png
[hp] 514 / 1,017
562 hp 3.8L V6
254,000, 31NFSHE Icon Rep.png
[hp] 562 / 1,008
562 hp 3.8L V8
254,000, 35NFSHE Icon Rep.png
[hp] 562 / 1,010
596 hp Forged 2.0L I4
316,500, 35NFSHE Icon Rep.png
[hp] 596 / 1,004


  • In Need for Speed: Payback and Need for Speed: Heat, the Evolution IX has the performance ratings of the MR FQ-360 but is missing its associated components:
    • 17" Speedline Corse Turini wheels instead of the OEM 17" BBS wheels
    • Front carbon fibre splitter
    • FQ-360 rear badges alongside MR badging
    • Tinted rear windows



  1. Article: (2019) Under the Hood: Need for Speed Heat Car List. Available at:
  2. Article: (2019) Need for Speed Heat Full Car List Revealed. Available at: