Mitsubishi unveils L200 with pull-out kitchen and inflatable tentNovember 21, 2020
The Japanese automaker has unveiled two touring versions of the Mitsubishi L200 pickup. Among other things, the machine can offer an inflatable tent, a shower and a pull-out kitchen.
To showcase the capabilities of the available accessories for its L200 pickup, Mitsubishi unveiled two heavily modified examples of the vehicle that “are designed to show the truck’s capabilities in completely different directions.”
First, there is the L200, ready to “feed you on the hike.” The pull-out kitchen takes up the loading platform. It has a gas stove, a foldable sink, a 12-liter plumbing, a 12-volt electrical outlet and a cutlery drawer. The retail price of all this equipment in Germany is 3,600.46 euros. at the current exchange rate.
The truck that Mitsubishi is showcasing also has a roof rack with space for a tent and a retractable awning.
Other available equipment includes a lockable roll roof for the loading platform for € 1949.58 and a roll bar for € 953.10.
Another modified L200 from Mitsubishi focuses on providing tourists with plenty of room to relax. The Inflatable GT Pick Up Roof Top Tent is priced at € 3,410.79. When not in use, it folds into a rather tiny area, but if needed, it can accommodate a 140cm x 220cm sleeping area on the truck roof and a small separate living space in the cargo platform.
Mitsubishi even offers tourists the option to turn their L200 into an expedition vehicle with features such as a roof top tent, water supply, outdoor shower, 230V cold storage and solar panels. This version of the car even gets an updated chassis to make the truck more durable.
Not so long ago, our publication wrote that this Sprinter Expedition motorhome is great for off-roading. The owners of the German van Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 170 ext decided to turn it into an off-road motorhome. The car has a very brutal appearance and a rather cozy, almost homely interior.
- Peugeot entered the top 50 most beloved French companies
- Nissan Note 2021 showed from all sides before the premiere
- Almost nothing left: Tesla Model 3 after collision with a tree crumbled to pieces
- Hyundai will help British billionaire revive Defender
- Rivian has already sold out the first series of its electric vehicles