The next-generation Mitsubishi Triton engine will be electric, but exactly what kind of electric is not yet clear. This is because the new Triton should be launched around 2022 – in electric vehicle development far, far in the future.
Current mainstream electric vehicle technologies are hybrid electric (HEV), plug-in hybrid (PHEV) and dedicated plug-in battery-electric (BEV). While on the topic of acronyms, there is of course also ICE (internal combustion engine).
Considering how much the crossover sector has grown, Mitsubishi has focused solely on crossovers in recent years while eliminating sedans for a better market share. This means their high-performance variants have all but disappeared from the line-up but the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution might make a welcome return.
Fresh from showing off at the Bangkok Motor Show, the Mitsubishi Triton Absolute Concept bakkie could go into production in the near future. It certainly looks the part of a more robust, modified and performance-heavy off-roader fully stocked with everything you need.
Our spies at Mitsubishi tell us changes are coming. Interested?
Cars usually evolve in the greater international markets before reaching our shores. But at Group 1 we know our readers follow these changes keenly, so here are the latest titbits about big changes coming to Mitsubishi’s SUV range.
Whether you’re a gamer or not, there’s no denying that the Mitsubishi L200 eSports Truck looks spectacular. Now, combine that audacious styling with a gaming rig and you’ve got yourself a sure winner.
That is what happened earlier this year as Mitsubishi Motors UK invited dealers to take part in something special called, the ‘Truck King Battle’. While the name sounds like a testing car versus car but it was a different kind of battle. Instead, this was a creative competition for Mitsubishi staff members to design their ultimate L200 (or Triton as its better known).
For some time now, Mitsubishi has been at the forefront of design and effectively creating their own niche. Nothing says that more than the Mitsubishi Hybrid SUV Concept, The Engelberg Tourer 4×4, which they revealed at the Geneva Motor Show.
Much has been said about the new facelifted Mitsubishi Triton since it was revealed back in November 2018. While the Japanese automaker confirmed a number of improvements, local pricing has eluded bakkie fanatics across South Africa. But now, after the official launch, it’s time to reveal what everyone’s been waiting for.
Late last year we covered the launch of the new long-awaited Mitsubishi Triton and now there may be more good news on the horizon. The Japanese automaker has hinted that there is a great opportunity to build an even bigger and better Triton to rival the new Ford Ranger Raptor.
Looking at the all-new 2019 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross brings out the inner child covering the bedroom wall with car posters. The striking design of the compact SUV brings about a new era and combines all the latest styling design with superb driving dynamics, advanced safety technology and a real purpose.
Feast your eyes on the all-new Mitsubishi ASX Compact SUV set to for launch in 2020. Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (MMC) will unveil the 2020 model ASX at the Geneva International Motor Show held March 5th-17th.