If Mitsubishi didn't mess things up so much in North America, I think they could do well with a truck like this if they sold it here.
Mitsubishi has introduced the XRT concept at the 2023 Bangkok International Motor to preview the next-gen Triton / L200 due to go on sale within a year.
The fifth-generation L200/Triton has been around for about nine years and will soon be replaced by a new truck previewed today at the 2023 Bangkok International Motor. Despite being officially labeled as a concept, it appears to be a thinly covered prototype with all the production panels in place. It also seems to have the final split headlight design hiding beneath the camo while the taillights have a full black tint blending with the body wrap.
Originally announced earlier this month in a new product roadmap through 2028, the revamped midsize pickup will be powered by a "next-generation diesel" engine. Some form of electrification is expected, possibly a plug-in hybrid powertrain to meet increasingly stringent emissions regulations. The XRT Concept portrays a double cab body style with a snorkel and two spare tires in the bed. You'll also notice the Ralliart branding and meaty off-road rubber.