The new Mitsubishi L200 first went on test trials in July of this year. The pickup truck, which is known in some markets under the name Triton, is still in the status of a prototype, but independent designers, taking spy shots as a basis, have already roughly imagined what the novelty will look like.
Render images of the new L200 Daily-found on one of the Australian club forums. Judging by them, the car will receive a significantly revised appearance.
The greatest changes can occur with the front part of the car body, which will get a new vertical radiator grille. Mitsubishi’s designers will adjust lighting equipment to the new corporate identity of the company – narrow strips of LED DRL will be located along the edge of the hood, and the main headlight unit will be located a level below.
For fog lamp blocks, the middle of the bumper will be allocated and enclosed in chrome-plated C-shaped inserts bordering the “grill”.
Taking into account all the changes, the visual component of the L200 in front should become more brutal compared to the current model.
The feed of the new Mitsubishi L200, in turn, will be able to boast of the presence of a new cargo compartment cover, as well as a redesigned bumper.
The new L200 should be the basis for the next generation of Nissan Navara, although the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance is stubbornly striving to reduce duplication.
Under the hood of both pickups, some gasoline and diesel units will be installed at once. In addition, a plug-in hybrid version will be offered for models.
The official debut of the new Mitsubishi L200 is scheduled for 2023.