Mitsubishi is poised to add another SUV to its line-up this year with the introduction of the Shogun Sport in the spring, priced from £36,905.
Joining the range between the Oulander and Shogun, the Shogun Sport is a seven-seat large SUV and follows this month's addition of the new Eclipse Cross SUV to the Japanese manufacturer's line-up.
Two trim versions will be available – Shogun Sport 3 and Shogun Sport 4 – with a single 2.4-litre diesel engine.
It develops 181PS and 430Nm, with CO2 emissions of 222g/km.
Switchable ‘Super Select’ all-wheel-drive should provide impressive off-road performance and is paired to an eight speed automatic transmission.
Two-wheel-drive mode is expected to improve fuel economy although according to offical figures average fuel consumption is just 31.4mpg.
A generous standard specification includes Hill Descent Control, Trailer Start Assist, Hill Start Assist and a dedicated off-road mode.
All models feature leather upholstery, power folding mirrors, LED headlamps and a reversing camera,
The plusher Shogun Sport 4, priced from £38,905, adds heated seats, an upgraded sound system and a suite of advanced driver assist systems such as Adaptive Cruise Control and Blind Sport Warning.
As with the rest of the Mitsubishi range, Shogun Sport will have a five-year/62,500mile warranty.