RalliArt has been a performance division of Mitsubishi that helped pioneer ambitious and successful rally cars such as the Lancer and Starion. Now it looks like the iconic moniker will be making a return to Thailand in the guise of a special edition.
Both the Mitsubishi Triton and the Pajero Sport are available with the RalliArt kit which includes specific garnishes for the front bumper, side decals, bed liner, mud flaps and a set of floor mats. Offered as standard in the package is a set of halogen projector headlamps, foglamps, LED taillamps, privacy glass, electrochromatic mirror, two-tone fabric seats and keyless entry.
Unlike the model offered here, the Mitsubishi Triton, even with the RalliArt package, is fitted with a turbodiesel 2,5-litre four-cylinder engine which delivers 94 kW and 240 N.m of torque which is sent to the rear wheels via five-speed manual gearbox.
The Mitsubishi Pajero Sport on the other hand, benefits from the turbodiesel 2,4-litre four-pot mill that delivers 133 kW and 430 N.m of torque to the 4×4 system via an eight-speed Aisin torque converter. This model also comes standard with LED headlamps, black roof rails, a 4,2-inch High Contrast multi-information display and dual-zone climate control among other comfort and safety features.