Recently, we have done another big thing-drawing the imaginary picture of the fifth-generation Mitsubishi Pajero. The reason is simple, I’m a Pajero fan and, moreover, happen to be a car designer.
I have always stubbornly believed that in the world of off-road vehicles, the shape and proportion of Mitsubishi Pajero are the most in line with our aesthetic perception of a traditional off-road vehicle.
In the development history of the four generations of Pajero, Mitsubishi used a handsome image to outline what a beautiful off-road vehicle should look like. Just like its name, it is as flexible as a lynx.
In my opinion, the most classic model in the history of Mitsubishi Pajero’s fourth-generation model development is the V55 EVO. The use of wide-body kits maturely plays with the changes in the characteristics of each shape, and plays with the balance of muscle, movement and strength in the palm of your hand.
This, in our circles, is called craftsmanship.
Mitsubishi stopped the replacement of Pajero, making the fourth-generation Pajero the only fruit left in its family blood. Moreover, as time goes by, it is only a matter of time before the fourth-generation Pajero leaves us.
And the fifth-generation Pajero we are waiting for will eventually become a bubble. What I want to do is to help Mitsubishi describe the future that has not been realized.
So, what should the fifth-generation Pajero look like? I think it should be like this.
And, like this.