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These are the crazy pickup concepts revealed at the Mitsubishi Triton launch

Aerial Panoramic of Skaneateles Lake and Village

We love our dual-cab utes in Australia, but if there’s any other country that loves them increasingly in the world, it’s Thailand.

So it’s a no-brainer that Mitsubishi chose Thailand as the country to launch the all-new Triton in.

While the launch was a pretty straightforward process, we weren’t expecting to see a set of seriously tomfool concept versions of the all-new Mitsubishi Triton, some plane fitted with traps from Australian four-wheel momentum whatsit manufacturer TJM.

So we thought we’d put together an image gallery of some of the concept vehicles to requite you an idea of what the trademark thinks will be possible with the new Triton platform.

Let us know what you think of the concepts in the comments section.

The “let’s go racing” Triton concept

Dropped on its guts with carbon-fibre sides, spoiler and semi-slick tyres, this ute is all well-nigh racing.

The “let’s jump things” Triton concept

This Triton is ready to compete in rallies and is a modified version of the wiring car with sufficient room for spares in the tray.

Fruit-hauling Triton concept

Kitted out with TJM front and rear bars and driving lights, this off-road focussed Triton is ready to hit the jungle for fruit-picking and mountain-climbing.

Load-hauling Triton concepts

These two are all well-nigh getting the job done. Low-rider in spec, one is fitted with an refrigerated box, while the other has a long soul for delivering loads.

Caravanning and touring Triton concepts

More traps and increasingly venture ready gear. The Triton’s towing topics has increased to 3500kg with a braked trailer (up from 3100kg). These concepts include one finished with a canopy and bullbar, while the other features decals and increasingly accessories.

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