Spotted the new Mitsubishi L200 pickup

While reading newspapers, the latest creation of Mitsubishi pickups has been on the market since 2015, and with the competition getting tougher, it`s no wonder the new Mitsubishi L200 is coming in early 2023. Our spies in Sweden have now caught a first copy of the new model. It’s clear that the new L200 car transport london will ride on a new platform with a slightly longer wheelbase.

 

changes

The entire design will be completely new, and there will be innovations in both aesthetics and mechanics. Most interesting, however, is the range of powertrains, which could differ significantly compared to today’s offer. This applies above all to electrification, because the latest creation will probably only have hybrid drives.

 

New platform conceivable

All in all, the Renault Nissan alliance, Mitsubishi is apart now, we assume that the two companies of Japanese will develop the latest architecture that will be used not only for the new L200 but also for the leading edge of Nissan Navara shall be.

Nothing to see on this “mule” yet, but we’re also expecting an all-new styling. The by and large shape would stay to a great extent the same, while the front fascia would take design cues from the latest models in the Mitsubishi lineup, such as the new Mitsubishi Outlander.

 

Interior

The interior of the current model is not especially magnificent, and expectations for a new generation are rising. Medium-sized pickups are more than modern commercial vehicles, and all manufacturers seek to offer attractive and comfortable interior designs. The same is expected for the Mitsubishi L200 in 2023. It is anticipated to offer a more car-like see, higher quality materials, a better level of consolation, and more specialized highlights.

 

The hybrid is expected

The zap of the motor is gradually finding its way to the pickup portion. In this manner, in 2023, the Mitsubishi L200 will be accessible in different crossover powertrain alternatives. The individual in charge is still unpretentious, but Japanese producers appear to offer plug-in crossbreed forms with both gasoline and diesel motors, depending on the showcase.

Especially in Europe, where emanation benchmarks are strict, PHEV frameworks are based on gasoline motors. In spite of having a bigger battery and a more effective electric engine, Mitsubishi is exceptionally likely to offer something comparative to Outlander’s current powertrain.