This one has been bouncing around the radar screen for a few months, but things are coming into focus. It’s hard to park the words “Lancer Evolution” and “hybrid” next to each other and keep a straight face, but that’s what’s on the table. With the decidedly lacking performance of the Honda CR-Z Sport Hybrid, the big question is, Can a hybrid EVO really squeeze the adrenal glands like the first 10 iterations? Will this car, expected sometime in 2014, be a true EVO hybrid featuring the current 4B11 turbo and some type of electric assist? Will the Diamond Star boys mix in a diesel engine, and what kind of true performance will that combo yield? We hear the EVO’s AWD system will live on, possibly in conjunction with four-wheel steering and an active suspension system, but many of the EVO faithful are asking, When does an EVO cease to be an EVO? We have about 1,100 days until we find out.