In the past 2 consecutive months, Mitsubishi has activated 2 “blockbusters” in Southeast Asia, the new generation Triton and Xforce. Although both of these models are of high class, Mitsubishi believes that there are still shortcomings and some aspects need to be complemented in the next update.
Sharing with the Australian press, Mitsubishi product specialist Mr Yoshiki Masuda said they knew what needed to be added to the Triton. According to this country’s CarExpert newspaper, quoting a Japanese leader, Mitsubishi wants to add rear disc brakes to the pickup line (currently still using drum brakes like the older generation).
This upgrade could happen any time soon, without waiting for a major update like a mid-life facelift expected in the period 2026 – 2027. Such brake upgrades also help in optimizing the car. Enhanced with driver assistance and automated parking technologies.
Another additional feature that is expected to come on the Mitsubishi Triton 2024 will be a digital clock cluster. The new Triton simply uses a 7-inch screen located between two traditional watches. However, a future update could turn this structure into a fully digital 12.3-inch dashboard.