While certain tax loopholes have made it fashionable for some contractors to drive Ram and Silverado 2500s and Ford F250s in Israel, most pickup trucks are much smaller and get worked much harder. Like this Mitsubishi Hunter L200 Triton, a truck we don’t get to see back in America.
The 2020 lineup of Mitsubishi Motors’ cars is not uh, designed for connoisseurs of the automobile, per se. But apparently Mitsubishi Electric has a very different market when it comes to kitchen appliances. In fact, it appears that it offers the supercar of toasters.
What are buggies going to look like in 20 years? Mitsubishi has an idea, and it’s calling the Mitsubishi Mi-Tech, an open-top SUV that has been stripped of doors and possesses a gas-powered turbine engine. All that to say: they’re going to be badass.