These teaser photos of the 2024 Mitsubishi Strada should get anyone excited!

A month before its official release, teaser images of the 2024 Triton, AKA the Strada, have gone online. Straight from Mitsubishi itself, a set of 4 photos are whetting everyone’s excitement in anticipation of the brand’s all-new pickup. Yes, they’re teasers, hence they’re dark, but here’s what we can make out from them.

2024 Mitsubishi Strada set for official launch on July 26

2024 Mitsubishi Strada Triton Teaser Inline 01 Min

Photo: Mitsubishi

It’s always alluded that the all-new Strada will greatly resemble the XRT Concept that Mitsubishi put on display at the Bangkok Motor Show. These new photos can now confirm that the new model will, indeed, look like it. The high-mount DRL units have been retained, but they look a lot slimmer. The split headlight design has likewise been carried over but with the blub configuration now different. The inlays look like they got a new design, too.

Perhaps the biggest feature that calls attention to itself is the big grill. A lot more massive compared to that of the outgoing model, it gives the new Strada a much meaner and more aggressive look. We’re not certain if it’s still called the Dynamic Shield, but regardless of its name, we’re liking it a lot already.

2024 Mitsubishi Strada Triton Teaser Inline 02 Min

Photo: Mitsubishi

The side profile of the all-new Strada also looks a lot sleeker. The outgoing model has a considerable heft to it but with more lines added to its design, it looks like Mitsubishi has gone with a more smoothly-angular look. We’re just glad that the arches on the front and rear fenders are still there. They’ll properly compliment the rugged looks care of the front grill.

While we aren’t 100% certain, the bed looks higher off the ground for the upcoming model. A new design has also been given to the taillight units, and a very clean approach to the tailgate adds a great contrast to the commanding looks up front and on the side.

2024 Mitsubishi Strada Triton Teaser Inline 03 Min

Photo: Mitsubishi

We’re still banking on the possibility that the all-new Strada will have the newer 4N16 engine under its hood. No information on the powerplant and transmission came with these teaser photos, but if it wants to compete with the rest – power and torque-wise – we reckon Mitsubishi will consider a newer, more powerful mill.

Having built a big following in the Philippines, a lot of hype surrounds the all-new Strada. The pickup market has become very competitive in recent years, and if Mitsubishi wants to keep itself firmly placed in the game, it’ll have to pull out the same rabbit and probably a better amount of magic with the release of the latest Strada.

That shouldn’t be too hard to do.

Mikko Juangco
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