The first spy photos of the updated Mitsubishi Pajero SportJanuary 16, 2019
It is expected that a large 3-row crossover will debut in the very next few months. So far we have no information about the differences between the new and the current version of the car.
The mid-size crossover Mitsubishi Pajero Sport of the current version was introduced in 2015. That is, the model has long been time to update! A couple of minutes ago, foreign specialized publications published “spy” photos of a Japanese car and I must say that these are the very first similar shots of the new Mitsubishi Pajero Sport. It is reported that a test prototype of a 3-row crossover was seen in northern Sweden.
Currently we have little information about the specific changes that will occur with the new version of the long-awaited news. Judging by the published images that changes in appearance will be minimal.
Despite the camouflage film, you can see new taillights and new body lines. In front of the car is a row of high beam headlights, similar to what we see on the other crossover brand – Eclipse Cross. The false radiator grille may also change, however, due to the camouflage of the change, it is now impossible to discern the changes.
According to rumors, the interior of the Japanese novelty will also not change much. At the time of the start of sales, Mitsubishi Pajero Sport can be offered with a 2.4-liter engine running on gasoline or diesel. And since the world as we know it is gradually becoming electric, over time, a hybrid version of a mid-size crossover may also appear.
It is expected that the crossover will return to the automotive markets in Europe, only its name may change to Shogun Sport. We expect the updated Pajero Sport to be officially launched in the coming months.
Not so long ago, we wrote that the “off-road” compact van Nissan Livina will repeat the Mitsubishi Xpander?
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