Only 250 will be made in total, with half-finished in Cosmos Black and half in Electric Blue metallic.
The first vehicle to be produced by the Mitsubishi Motors new SVP (Special Vehicle Projects) programme, the 2.4-litre turbodiesel-powered pick-up truck is based on the successful Mitsubishi L200 Barbarian. Its aggressive appearance is influenced by the manufacturer’s one-off Mitsubishi L200 Desert Warrior ‘Pre-runner’ that has been built in conjunction with Top Gear magazine.
Most noticeable on the L200 Barbarian SVP is the bespoke 17-inch black alloy wheels with BF Goodrich all-terrain tyres, new wheel arch extensions, and the exclusive black finish for many of the exterior details. There’s also shark fin-inspired side steps, load bed illumination, puddle lamps, a soft-opening tailgate damper, and a striking SVP emblem on the tailgate.
Inside, the pick-up benefits from ‘six-pack’ leather seats with suede-like ‘Alston’ inserts, with a limited edition number and the SVP logo also stitched into the headrests.
Ian Cowie, Sales Manager at Pentagon Mitsubishi in Lincoln said: “The new Mitsubishi L200 Barbarian SVP is one of the rarest and most eye-catching vehicles we’ve ever seen. It looks fantastic and is amazing to drive. We invite anyone interested to call us as soon as possible – we have a very limited number available and we expect them all to go quickly".
The Mitsubishi L200 Barbarian SVP is priced from £28,479 (excluding VAT) for both the blue and black editions. For more details, visit Pentagon Mitsubishi on Outer Circle Road in Lincoln or call the team on 01522 411249.
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