The 2024 Mitsubishi L200 came with several upgrades and will be released next year. Keep reading and find out everything about this car!
THE Mitsubishi is getting ready to unveil the latest makeover of its midsize pickup truck, the L200/Triton, also known as the Strada in some markets. The current fifth generation model has been around for almost a decade, so it definitely should be replaced.
The new generation model was unveiled as the Mitsubishi XRT Concept at the Bangkok International Motor Show a few days ago. However, it looks like a finely wrapped prototype with production panels in place, with details obscured by the camouflage wrap.
As expected, the alleged sixth generation L200/Triton features a split headlight design. It looks chunky and muscular with a boxy silhouette, and the unofficial rendering above retains the off-road rubber of the XRT concept.
Mitsubishi Ralliart will present a new L200/Triton at the Asia Cross Country Rally (AXCR), giving off-road enthusiasts a taste of things to come. Of note, Team Mitsubishi Ralliart took first place in the AXCR last year.
Mitsubishi has not revealed any technical details, although it has announced that a next-generation diesel engine will equip the model, along with the possibility of electrification.
Reports also said that the next generation model will have a highly upgraded ladder frame chassis, which will be shared with the revamped Nissan Navara midsize pickup truck. Both trucks will likely have a slightly longer wheelbase and a larger bed.
The new L200/Triton is scheduled to launch in Thailand in fiscal 2023. But that's not all that Mitsubishi has to offer, the company is also developing an all-electric pickup truck, expected to arrive between 2025 and 2028.
It will be a new generation medium SUV based on the manufacturer's pickup, known as Pajero Sport/Montero Sport, will also be unveiled during this period.