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The Evolution of the Mitsubishi Eclipse The Mitsubishi Eclipse has retained its public appeal because of significant marketing-influenced changes it has undergone in its eleven-year history There are currently three some say there are four generations of this car and by looking at the first and then the third generations one would never make the connection The car has maintained many of its fundamental concepts and taken on several new ones Every time that a new model is introduced the import community becomes filled with excitement The owners of first and second-generation cars hope that tradition will not be broken and that the original concepts are not lost while newcomers to the world of imports want to see something new and exciting The first generation Mitsubishi Eclipse 1989-1994 was a performance-oriented car that was marketed to younger adults and teens Concepts were tested in 1988 Limited numbers of the first car were released in 1989 but true public marketing didnt begin until 1990 The Eclipse was a product of Diamond Star Motors DSM which also released clones of the Eclipse for Plymouth Laser and Eagle Talon Mitsubishi supplied the motor and all other components and DSM assembled them in America Several different versions of the Eclipse were made There was an economy version with a 18-liter eight valve single overhead cam engine that was not for the speed enthusiast The next step up was the GS It came with a 20-liter sixteen valve dual overhead cam engine that was much better than the base model but still lacked some low-end power Then came the GS-turbo This was for the speed demon in all of us It was the same engine as the GS only it had a turbo that had a tendency to put fear into the hearts of Mustang GT owners and Camaro owners alike Demons are intimidating in spirit form but the speed demon was manifested in the production of the Eclipse
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