In all seriousness though, those are some poor handling numbers. While they don't tell how the car handles in the real world, Mitsubishi must know that people buying performance cars do so with these performance specs in mind (trivial as they might be).
Considering that there's plenty of upcoming RWD cars that show some promise, and FWD cars like the Cobalt SS and MazdaSpeed3 perform better than the car for a cheaper price, I'm not exactly impressed with the RalliArt. Fuel economy doesn't help matters much either. For the price and feature difference, I'd rather pay the $3k or so more and get a base GSR Evo.