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Revised Mitsubishi Triton refuses to reveal much in Europe


With a reported world unveiling set for the end of the year, Mitsubishi has continued testing the heavily updated Triton as indicated by new spy shots showing it in Europe for the first time.

Until now only spotted in Australia, the latest images by are virtually unchanged from the ones depicting Mitsubishi’s rival for the Toyota Hilux, Ford Ranger, Isuzu KB and Nissan Navara Down Under, with the two double cab prototypes still sporting heavy layers of masking both front and rear.

What is however evident is that the Triton will take after the Pajero Sport and Eclipse Cross in benefitting from the brand’s Dynamic Shield styling language, with a previous report also suggesting a much needed reworked infotainment system with features such as Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, as well Autonomous Emergency Braking.

Aside from possibly also receiving a new suspension, technical details are unknown with power set to be kept at 133kW/430Nm from the 2.4-litre DI-D turbodiesel engine, mated to a six-speed manual gearbox or possibly the Pajero Sport’s eight-speed automatic in place of the current, outdated five-speed ‘box.

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