Mitsubishi will debut two new Geoseek concepts at the upcoming Geneva International Motor Show. The Geoseek range will add a dash of flavour to the current Triton and ASX models. Each concept will be accessorised to express their outdoor adventurous side with tough-look added accessories geared toward outdoor enthusiasts.
Both models will use a solid tone pearl grey body finish while the parts serve to symbolise the functional nature of an SUV including fog lamps bezels, wheel arches, alloy wheel rims, side garnish, tailgate spoiler, rear bumper and eye-catching door mirrors are accented in a vibrant orange. To further enhance their look, the front fascia sports a mesh inner grill and a skid plate. Both are also fitted with a roof basket for carrying bicycles or camping gear.
The Triton version also adds working lights and handle bars fitted to the roof rails, while the ASX version uses LED fog lamps.
The interior is comprised of mostly black trimmings with a dash of vibrant orange in strategic locations to match the exterior. The seats is covered in a rugged/functional mesh fabric providing both excellent ventilation and clean-ability, while a suede-like fabric provides a low-slip surface to the side bolsters.
The Mitsubishi eX Concept will also premier for the first time in Europe. The compact SUV, which was first shown at the Tokyo Motor Show 2015, is driven by a next-generation EV system which gives it a cruising range of 400 km.