It is expected that the Mitsubishi Pajero Sport Ralliart 2022 will be displayed at the Thailand International Motor Expo 2021 exhibition opening early next month along with the new Triton Ralliart brother.
Not long ago, Mitsubishi revealed a new special version called Passion Red Special Edition of the Pajero Sport line in the Thai market. This is one of the special models born to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the entry into the Thai market of the Mitsubishi brand.
Until now, Mitsubishi has continued to introduce another special version of this mid-size SUV, the Ralliart. It is expected that the Mitsubishi Pajero Sport Ralliart 2022 will be displayed at the Thailand International Motor Expo 2021 exhibition opening early next month along with the new Triton Ralliart brother.
Similar to the Triton Ralliart, the Mitsubishi Pajero Sport Ralliart 2022 is also designed with inspiration from world-class races such as the World Rally Championship and Dakar Rally. To make a difference from the regular version, Mitsubishi Pajero Sport Ralliart 2022 is added with new black exterior details such as grille, Bi-LED headlights, multi-spoke alloy rims, shark-fin antenna on roof and roof spoiler.
Next is the accessory package called Ralliart, which includes black tire side skirts and a diffuser under the front / rear bumpers. Besides, there are red details in this accessory package such as the fenders located behind the 4 wheels, the rim of the air vents under the front bumper and the border of 2 fake exhaust tips at the rear. Finally, there are the red, white and black decals typical of Ralliart – the division specializing in racing cars as well as high-performance cars of Mitsubishi.
Meanwhile, the interior of the car is nothing new, except for the floor mats with red borders and the Ralliart logo. Like the Triton Ralliart, the Mitsubishi Pajero Sport Ralliart 2022 has 2 exterior paint colors: White Diamond with a contrasting black roof and Jet Black Mica.
Unfortunately, the engine of the Mitsubishi Pajero Sport Ralliart 2022 has not changed. The car still uses a 4-cylinder, turbocharged, 2.4L diesel engine, producing a maximum capacity of 181 horsepower at 3,500 rpm and maximum torque of 430 Nm at 2,500 rpm. rpm. The engine is combined with an 8-speed automatic transmission and 1-wheel drive (2WD). The reason is that this special version is developed based on the GT Plus 8AT 2WD version of the Mitsubishi Pajero Sport series in Thailand.
Currently, the price of the new special edition Mitsubishi Pajero Sport has not been announced.