Surfacing on Philippine automotive website, AutoIndustriya.com, the spy shots appear to be snapped at the brand’s Thailand production facility; the same location production line as the all-new Triton on which the Pajero Sport is based.
As mentioned last week when Mitsubishi teased the front end, the Pajero Sport will adopt the 2019 Triton’s ‘Dynamic Shield’ design which comprises high-set headlights, a redesigned front grille and repositioned fog lights.
The divisive tail-light shape remains unchanged, though the length appears to be shorter compared to the outgoing model. Alloy wheels can be seen in the spy shots.
The 2020 Pajero Sport will debut on July 25, so stay tuned to whichcar.com.au/4x4australia for details.